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Walkabout Lodge, Nhulunbuy/Gove

The Walkabout Lodge is centrally located in Gove, with 41 ensuite rooms with an absolute beach front on two and a half hectares of tropical land and gardens. A fully licensed restaurant, a lounge bar and a resort pool enhance relaxation.

The friendly staff can book a range of tours and activities for guests, from four wheel drive safaris to great fishing experiences.

Accommodation Options


The standard rooms are available in single, double or twin configurations. Interconnecting rooms are available.

Premier Room

The comfortable premier rooms offer several different bedding configurations to suit your needs.


The comfortable deluxe rooms offer several different bedding configurations to suit your needs.


Popular Activities

  • Fishing - Beach
  • Swimming
  • Beach
  • Outback

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