Camp Overview

Ngauwudu (pronounced Nar-woo-doo) is the Aboriginal name for the Mitchell Plateau, a striking and untouched wilderness in the north Kimberley. Outback Spirit’s safari camp is one of only two permanent camps on Ngauwudu and is by far the most luxurious and spacious. Each beautifully furnished ‘safari suite’ features its own ensuite bathroom, 240 volt solar power, large deck, full insect screening and beautiful beds for a good night’s rest. Best of all, they’re situated near a pristine palm-fringed creek, your own private swimming hole.

At a glance

  • The most luxurious tented camp facility in the Kimberley
  • 14 exceptional ‘Safari Suites’ featuring beautiful furnishings and ensuite bathrooms
  • Eco-friendly design and camp systems
  • Architecturally designed restaurant and commercial kitchen
  • Private palm fringed swimming hole
  • Ideally located close to the mighty Mitchell Falls
  • Exclusive to Outback Spirit guests


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Licenced Address: Ngauwudu Safari Camp, Lot 25 Doongan Location Road, Mitchell Plateau WA 6740 Phone 08 9161 4419 | Class of Licence: Special Facility Licence | Licence No. 609207503815 | Licensee: Outback Spirit Tours Pty Ltd. Warning: Under the Liquor Control Act 1988, it is an offence: To sell or supply liquor to a person under the age of 18 years on licensed or regulated premises; or for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase, or attempt to purchase, liquor on licensed or regulated premises.

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