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Voyages Wrotham Park Lodge, Cairns

Located 300 kilometres west of Cairns (or a 40 minute flight), Wrotham Park Lodge is situated on The Australian Agricultural Company’s (ASCO) 600,000-hectare property. ‘The Homestead’ and ten guest ‘Quarters’, are located on a spectacular site high above the banks of the Mitchell River.

Wrotham Park Lodge caters to a maximum of 20 guests, providing an unparalleled outback experience that brings together wilderness, wildlife and a hint of luxury.

In combining the rich heritage of Australia’s rural history and classic outback station life with a premium resort experience, Wrotham Park Lodge provides guests with a unique opportunity to engage with Australia’s heartland.

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