Pros: Working station, lots going on, out in the country but close to activities, pub. Bar and pizza onsite were great
Pros: Unique property in Adelaide River. Well set up with a bar area to enjoy by the fire at night. A swimming pool to dip in from the heat. Lots of varied accommodation to get that outdoor experience. ...
Pros: Fantastic hospitality and a great place to stay. So much history and thoroughly enjoyed our tour of Mount Bundy Station with Clive.
Cons: We only stayed one night, wish we could have stayed longer.
Pros: This is a working cattle property. The Stockman's Quarters has shared bathrooms(separately for male and female) and full kitchen. The small bar saved a trip into town plus provided excellent ...
Pros: The owners and staff are extremely friendly we really enjoyed the camp fire the entertainment was great and the beef burgers outstanding. If we ever back up this way its a definite place to stay.
Cons: Need to get a new fishing Guide would not recommend him to take you billabong fishing let down two days in a row, when you pushed for time you need reliable people we could of organised someone else...
Pros: The staff were really friendly, the whole area was perfect, would go back there.
Cons: The inconsiderate other people who share the house sitting up in kitchen area drinking and being loud, knowing that other people were getting up early for the ANZAC Dawn service.
Pros: The location is beautiful. Big farm with heaps of wallabies and water buffalos and birds. Especially in the early morning and late afternoon you can stroll around and see the wallabies everywhere, ...
Cons: The room wasn't clean at all. Very dusty everywhere, except for the bed, which had nice clean sheets on it. Closet especially dirty. The shutters didn't close properly and the electricity ...
Pros: Great location - fantastic bar to have cold beer or wine / pool cool and refreshing, friendly horses
Pros: Great location and accomodation had everything you needed. We went in wet season so made use of the pool which was great. The surroundings are very pretty and it was great to see Cows, Bulls, Horses ...
Cons: As we went in the wet season there was no food or tours/entertainment, however we were happy to drive in to Adelaide river for dinner.
Pros: Feeding the animals was the highlight, oh and the bird wing butterflies.
Pros: Friendly service and the food was nice.
Cons: Kitchen opened pretty late (8.30am) which made it hard to get an early start, especially given there were no facilities to eat in our room (e.g. breakfast bowls/spoons etc).
Pros: The 3 bedroom house was good for our group as we could cook and eat together and also spend the evening chatting and watching TV. The farm environment was refreshing
Cons: There was no warm water on our first night. We were there in June during winter so it got cold at night. The water was so chilly we could hardly shower. We told reception the next day and only then ...
Pros: Great atmosphere, host and staff really welcoming, and the butterflies, bunnies and farm animals delightful.
Pros: The butterfly farm is a unique experience! Our children loved the animals and garden to play in. Chris and the staff really make you feel like you're just one of the family. They could not have ...
Cons: The accomodation is simple but met our needs.
Pros: Very atypical place with lots of charm! The owner is super friendly, funny and very very welcoming! We spent one night there by chance and had an excellent time. Highly recommend. Also, best food we ...
Pros: The room was clean and had everthing needed for a short stay. Staff friendly and helpfull.
Enjoy your visit to Batchelor with a stay at Batchelor Butterfly Farm. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool or grab a bite to eat at Butterfly Restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge, a terrace, and a garden are other highlights.
Cons: The accommodation was stated as being a cabin however it was a converted shipping container. That should be stated! The facilities inside were clean but it was well equipped.
Pros: Bird feeding mornings and evenings, free for caravan park guests. Park manager out and about speaking with all who he encountered. Not too much traffic noise.
Cons: A little run down but still clean.
Pros: It's a great location to stay overnight if visiting Litchfield park
Pros: The manager was really nice and made us feel wellcome. Nice homely atmosphere. Near the shop and the local pub/restaurant. Half an hour away from the Litchfield national park. Good place for a day...
Cons: Unfortunalety the cabin was not as clean as we expected...The only outdoor furniture was a chair...which was dirty as well...
Pros: The staff are so friendly, the bird feeding is an added bonus. The cabins are clean, have good facilities and very comfortable.
Pros: The food is good
Cons: The room smells. A lot of insects out the property. A bit dusty. Poor hygiene.
Pros: The park looked ok for the caravan travellers with the amenities block well presented, clean, etc. but we didn't realise that our accommodation with 'shared amenities' meant that we had ...
Cons: Most of the cabin accommodation looked quite good and had ensuite included, but ours with 'shared amenities' turned out to be an old, not very big shipping container that felt like a dog box...
Pros: staff very helpful; bird feeding excellent; cabin comfy, site very 'calming', facilities in cabin adequate for a couple of days.
Pros: Bird feeding twice daily. Very friendly staff and atmosphere. Value for money. Good location for exploring Litchfield National Park.
Cons: Hmmmmmm. Nothing really. The bungalow could do with a bit of update and I'd be happy to pay more.
Pros: The room size was good and the beds were comfortable.
Cons: The wifi wasn't working in our room and the person in the reception meant she couldn't do anything as it was working in the reception. Depending on mobile provider you don't have reception...
Cons: Beds quite uncomfortable and air conditioner blows directly at beds
Pros: excellent restaurant - food was outstanding.
Pros: Clean sheets.
Cons: Dirty pool, dirty pool chairs , dirty balcony with dead plants.
Cons: Air conditioner didn't work very well. No phone in room which was difficult since there's no mobile service in the area. Old TV with weak reception. Just felt tired and institutional.
When visiting Batchelor, Litchfield Motel is a great choice to consider. Guests can take a dip in the outdoor pool or grab a bite to eat at Rum Jungle Restaurant, which is one of 2 restaurants and serves breakfast and dinner. Other highlights include a bar/lounge, and rooms offer refrigerators and premium bedding.
Litchfield Tourist Park - Campground is a great choice for a stay in Batchelor. After having fun at the outdoor pool, you can grab a bite to eat at the coffee shop/café. Accommodations feature conveniences like refrigerators and microwaves.
Pros: Litchfield sunset is nice and close to Litchfield park so we could get there ahead of the crowds. The trees and surrounds of the park are nice. The cabin had all the bits we needed, and the cost ...
Cons: the cabin was a little tired, and careworn, and the soft furnishings (curtains & chair covers) were a bit grubby. There was a bit of dust and dirt around the cabin. The rural location may ...
Pros: Quiet location
Cons: Place to hang clothes
Pros: Liked nothing about this place
Cons: Room was a shipping container and not worth $120 night. Air con wasn't cold, staff were rude and unfriendly. Sheets looked dirty
Pros: Very friendly,food was excellent, great weekend
Cons: It was all goodgreat area for trail riding
Pros: Very quiet and accomodating owners. It's like stepping back into time of Aussie culture. Good Australien hospitality .
Pros: The owners were very friendly and most hepful
Pros: Neat and tidy affordable accommodation. Would stay again.
Pros: The location was great the staff were helpful , it was a little dated and old
Pros: I guess the location in relation to the park was OK. It was 10 kilometres from Batchelor on the park side.
Cons: This a cabin in a caravan park and is old and tied like the couple running the establishment. The cabin was not clean, the lounge chairs needed throughing out and replacing. We would not sit on them...
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