The Fitzroy River Lodge will transport you into the heart of the Kimberley, with a wide choice of riverside accommodation.
On the banks of the Fitzoy River, the Fitzroy River Lodge invites you to relax amid 50 acres of natural bushland, complete with shady trees to unwind under and a refreshing pool to dip into. From here, you’ll find yourself within easy reach of the characterful Fitzroy Crossing town, with must-see adventure destinations like the Geikie Gorge, Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek National Parks just a little furher afield. Otherwise, you can enjoy wonderful boating and fishing on the Fitzroy River.
The design of the lodge beautifully captures the unique appeal of a traditional Australian pastoral station, with its main building being the homestead and the accommodation being the out buildings. Guests have the choice of modern Motel Rooms, connected to the homestead via a timber bridge, as well as standalone safari-style tents with shaded timber decks, and self-contained Riverview Studios with spa baths and private balconies. The lodge’s laidback Australian restaurant serves a locally inspired menu alongside serene river views.
Fitzroy River Lodge, at a glance
- Comfortable lodge on the banks of the mighty Fitzroy River in Western Australia
- Set on 50 acres of bushland and natural gardens in the heart of the Kimberley
- Wide choice of accommodation including luxury Riverview Studios, spacious Motel Rooms and unique Safari Tents
- Homestead interiors feature wide verandas, high ceilings, exposed beams and tiled floors
- Riverside restaurant serving fresh, locally inspired cuisine
- Lounge Bar offering casual dining and snacks throughout the day
For leisure and pleasure
- Boating and fishing on the Fitzroy River
- Visits to the Geikie Gorge, Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek National Parks
- Within easy reach of the Fitzroy Crossing town
- Excursions to sacred and historic Aboriginal sites with a local guide
- Outdoor swimming pool and tennis court
- Alfresco dining and barbeques on the veranda overlooking the natural grounds