An Oasis on the Gibb River Road

Mount Hart Wilderness Lodge - Wunaamin Conservation Park



We are currently closed for the Wet Season and will re-open 8 May 2022.   Due to limited staff, we would appreciate all bookings to be done online or directed to us through email – [email protected]

The customer shall comply with all Government (Federal and State) requirements for entry into Western Australia or to access Mt Hart Wilderness Lodge’s premise or services. Where the customer does not so comply, and cancels or is unable to access the operator’s premises, event or service, the customer shall forfeit any and all monies paid, to the distraction of Mt Hart Wilderness Lodge. 





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‘authentic homestead experience’

Camp  –  Relax  –  Swim  –  Socialise – Tour

Mount Hart Wilderness Lodge offers an authentic homestead experience off the Gibb River Road, providing accommodation and camping. Located in the heart of the Wunaamin Conservation Park, Mt Hart’s proximity to many of the Kimberley major attractions makes an ideal base to explore the region.


Originally a working cattle station, this unique property offers a rich pastoral history, exudes a rustic ambience and offers exceptional hospitality. Set amongst beautiful gardens, our accommodation features comfortable double, twin and triple rooms with shared facilities and En-suite Safari Tent options.

Mount Hart Highlights

Convenient Location

Located in the heart of the Wunaamin Miliwundi Ranges Conservation Park, Mt Hart’s proximity to many of the Kimberley major attractions makes an ideal base to explore the region

Socialise @ Settlers Bar

Enjoy relaxing at the Settlers Bar for a drink and a yarn while your friendly hosts prepare a hearty dinner. We have bar meals available – please ensure to book this prior to stay or on check-in. In-house acommodated guest enjoy a 2-course meal with their stay. This can also be booked in advance, prior to arrival by our camp guests.

Homestead & Safari Tent - Accommodation

Set among beautiful gardens, our Homestead accommodation features, comfortable double or triple rooms with shared facilities.  We also have En-suited Safari Tents which can accommodated up to 2 guests.

Camp and Explore

Mt Hart Camp Ground is located approx 1 kilometre from the Homestead on the banks of the Barker River. This grassy camp ground is a great place to relax away from the bustle of the Gibb River Road.
Take a swim, catch a fish or take a walk to a remote waterhole.

Our scenery

Wunaamin Conservation Park contains isolated patches of remnant rainforest, with ridges rising up to 300 meters above the surrounding plains.

Aquatic plants fill pools in creeks and rivers, providing cool relief from the starkness of the harsh escarpment. Head out on the remote tracks and you’ll discover the region is sprinkled with waterholes, idyllic fishing holes and secluded gorges.

Just a short drive from the Mt Hart Homestead you will discover Bell Gorge, an idyllic spot for swimming with stunning cliffs surrounding a series of tiered waterholes.

Philip Schubert

Philip Schubert


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What our customers say


Best stay ever!!

The location of this homestad is pretty special. Nice place to stay for a few days! Some beautifull places and creeks to visit, great swimming spots.
But the best thing of this place is the service. It was perfect!!! Never met such nice people at a hotel!! Verry kind and nice people. Dinner is great as well!!

Joop J - via Trip Advisor

We loved it.

Amazing drive to the homestead. Friendly people,all about the service not the dollar. Safari tents great with your own shower and toilet. Sensational food. Great base to go and explore the surrounding Kimberleys.

Kayandgeoff - via Trip Advisor

5*+ wilderness experience

This is one of those stays that you’ll likely never forget. It’s a long old drive off the main track to get there which only adds to the adventure. The homestead is open, spacious and welcoming. There’s plenty to explore locally on the grounds and beyond. You might catch a dingo bouncing along the airstrip like we did. Yep, it’s expensive. But spare a thought for how much effort went into restoring this old station. Spare a thought for Taffy Abbotts and his dream.

9to5explorer - via Trip Advisor

Relaxing, friendly outback stay

We stayed here for three days, what a great experience, owls and bowerbirds in the gardens, comfortable accomodation, good service, friendly staff. Really enjoy

hugof917 - via Trip Advisor

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