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Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge

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Wagga Wagga
Reviewed 30 September 2016

From the front gate you are made feel very welcome and shown all the facilities. We stayed for only one night and I wished it was more. We had dinner and breakfast provided which were the best meals so tasty and well presented. The staff were very friendly and would have a chat with you and ask about your trip....

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Auckland, New Zealand
Reviewed 24 August 2016

We had two nights at Bell Gorge at the start of our tour. The accommodation is clean and lovely beds. They were two singles due to the size of the tent that did not matter was very comfortable. The restaurant was well positioned with great food and fantastic staff.

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Thank holidayauckland
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 21 August 2016

The perfect place as a first stop on the Gibb river road round trip. Stayed for 2 nights and loved it. Comfortable low key tents, very attentive staff, good quality and delicious meals, and amazing views to wake up for in the morning. great spot for self travelers like us, who like GLAMPING.

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Thank Doron S
Adelaide, Australia
Reviewed 21 June 2016

This was possibly the best accommodation and food of our entire Kimberley land journey - although all really good. Lovely spot. Nothing was too much for the staff. It amazes me that the food can be so fresh and appealing and in copious quantities, so far away from 'civilisation'. The tent was spacious, beds comfortable, bathrooms well set out, water...

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Thank Summertime942
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 2 May 2016 via mobile

I've just returned from a few nights in the Kimberly, one of which was spent at the Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge. I was blown away with the friendly and attentive service the staff provided. They were friendly and excited to see us. The tents were really cool, glamping at its finest! Very comfy beds and an ensuite in each tent....

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Thank elliiejane
Wollongong
Reviewed 12 October 2015

We arrived here just before sunset after travelling 600+km from Broome. We were welcomed by the staff who quickly allocated our accommodation in one of their luxury, ensuite equipped tents and delivered our luggage. Each tent has two single beds (can be moved together) a luggage area and an ensuite bathroom. Eco toiletries are provided. All evening meals are a...

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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 13 September 2015

Nice looked after Ensuite Tented Cabin with electricity. Dinner (3 Course) and Breakfast (fruits, cereals, toast, cooked breakfast) – yummy and the staff was very friendly. Nice Sunset and the Cows were everywhere.

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Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 10 September 2015

This camp was a great surprise as the first stop on our self driving trip along the Gibb River Road. The very low key tented accommodation set out in the eco sensitive way in a bush setting was a perfect introduction to the wild Kimberley for us townies. Friendly committed (to the place, its people and its environment) staff really...

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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 5 September 2015

An excellent spot, with fantastic staff, the crew here looked after us for a couple of days while i organised a vehicle to replace the dead one left 30km down the road. They did absolutely everything they could to help, drove back to our car to collect our gear, took the wife along on a day trip to the gorge,...

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Thank Daryl T
Wellington, New Zealand
Reviewed 19 August 2015 via mobile

Lovely outback setting with clean and comfortable twin bedded safari tents with ensuites. The best was the amazing food! We were one of 2 self drive couples, and there was one group of around 18, but we felt equally welcome and important.

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Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge boasts an enviable position, and a delightful sprawling lawn on which to relax and take in the spectacular sunsets and sunrises. Just metres off the Gibb River Road and close to the Imintji Aboriginal community, the lodge takes full advantage of its prime Indigenous-owned site, with magnificent views of the King Leopold escarpment stretching to the horizon. Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge offers 24 Standard tented cabins with twin beds and private ensuites, all providing hot showers, flushing toilets, fresh linen, doona's and fluffy pillows. They feature a spacious front deck sporting comfortable chairs and amazing aspects across the Kimberley Outback. All our room rates include a gourmet three-course dinner, featuring the region's finest flavours, and a sumptuous buffet breakfast. Our Lodge is fully licensed and we have a range of beer, wine and mixed drinks available to purchase to complement our tantalising food. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge

Address: Gibb River Road | King Leopold Ranges, Imintji, Western Australia, Australia (Formerly Imintji Wilderness Camp)
Region: Australia > Western Australia > Kimberley Region > Imintji
Price Range: €236 - €412 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Bell Gorge Wilderness Lodge 4*
Number of rooms: 24
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“All tent are the same.”
Doron53, 20 Aug 2016 | Read review
“Rooms are all essentially the same and allocated by staff”
RetireeBob, 11 Oct 2015 | Read review
“the tents closest the rear but all are good”
grward, 10 Sep 2015 | Read review
“No mobile phone reception, and tents are not soundproof.”
darylt942, 5 Sep 2015 | Read review
“These are posh tents, not hotel rooms”
915Alex, 14 Aug 2015 | Read review
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