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Lake Bennett Wilderness Resort, Batchelor

Lake Bennett is a man made freshwater lake located 80 kilometres south of Darwin. The lake is set in a tropical wilderness. Accommodation styles vary to suit everyone, and guests can enjoy fishing and safe swimming. There is a licensed restaurant, and other facilities such as canoe hire and a small shop are offered.

Accommodation Options

Two Bedroom Bungalow

Set on the far shores of the lake, the bungalows can accommodate up to five people. A verandah overlooks the lake, and some bungalows offer pontoons.

Garden Wing Standard

The garden wing standard rooms, set in the garden, offer a queen size bed and a single bed. The rooms can accommodate up to three people, and there are disabled access rooms available.

Lake View Executive Suites

The lake view executive suites can accommodate up to two people. The rooms contain a king size bed, and a luxurious spa on the balcony which overlooks the lake.

Family Room

Set on the far shores of the lake, the Family Room can accommodate up to five people. A verandah overlooks the lake.


  • Caravan and Camping

Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Cycling
  • Golfing
  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Wildlife
  • Fishing - Trout/Fly

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