Mt Borradaile is owned and managed by its traditional custodians the Amurdak people whose inhabitation of the area dates back for 50,000 years.
Visitors of all ages have the opportunity to access this very special, protected, and highly restricted region via the honorary custodian status conferred on Max Davidson and his staff by the traditional landowners. Today the story of their ancestry is evident in the many tools, ceremonial grounds, and rock art paintings – still being uncovered today.
Situated in a natural bush setting, the lodge is a new and tastefully furnished communal area encompassing a dining, lounge, bar, library, and a large outdoor deck area for alfresco dining, all overlooking the sandstone paved pool.
Mt Borradaile’s dining room is the social hub of the camp and is recognised for the consistent serving of quality food and fine wines in a relaxed atmosphere with an ambience that has over the years become our trademark.
While alcohol is not allowed to be taken into Arnhem Land, the well-stocked & fully licensed bar has a beverage to suit every taste.