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Jabiru Safari Lodge

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All reviewsmareeba wetlandsdeluxe tentoverlooking the lagoonall inclusive packageeco tentafrican safarinight soundsfull size bedsother gueststoilet and showerbird watchersbeautiful home cookedstayed two nightsbarramundilocal wildlifecattle farmspent one night
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The site is some way off the main road but well worth the effort as you are surrounded by nature and away from the noise of "civilisation". There is a reasonable amount of birdlife around and some wallabies. You sleep in a permanent tent on...More

Thank cliffordchambers
Reviewed 11 December 2017

We stayed at the lodge for one night. In the evening, we canoed around the lake, then we got a free drink, then barbequed ourselves for dinner. We decided not to have dinner there because of the extra price. The next morning, we went for...More

Thank Genevieve L
Reviewed 15 October 2017 via mobile

Recreation of an African safari, sleeping in safari tents. But don't worry fully working bathrooms attached. And unlike Africa walking around camp is very safe. Woken by birdsong, greeted by emu before watching kangaroo wallabies and birds. Knowledgeable staff who take you on a guided...More

Thank Tony P
Response from Sammy L, Guest Relations Manager at Jabiru Safari LodgeResponded 17 October 2017

Thank you for your lovely feedback Tony so glad to hear about your stay with us thank you for sharing.

Reviewed 5 October 2017 via mobile

The safari tents are very good in the African style but come without the service you get in Africa. Bird life was a little disappointing but birds come and go. We did photograph some lifers. Other places in the area were more productive for birds....More

1  Thank Doug C
Reviewed 2 October 2017

We stayed three nights here on our road trip. The place has 5 tents, each with a double and a single bed, with en suite (outside) toilet and shower. We mistakenly booked an 'eco' tent, instead of a 'deluxe' tent as we mixed up the...More

1  Thank JanetWalf0rdOBE
Response from Sammy L, Guest Relations Manager at Jabiru Safari LodgeResponded 5 October 2017

Thank you for sharing your experience with us Janet,

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Response from TonKunst | Reviewed this property |
That took me a while... Never realised that there is an option to ask questions😏. If you want to have dinner somewhere else, you have to drive to Mareeba, no idea what they have there. We had dinner twice at Jabiru directly... More
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"We stayed in the deluxe tents which were very good"
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"Go for a 'deluxe' tent if you can"
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"No worry with room, they are all same : tented camp, a little bit too much close one from the other"
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"glamping in nature!"
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