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COVID-19 Update

Arnhem Land Barramundi Lodge is continuing to monitor the developments and advice provided around COVID-19. The health, safety and well-being of both our guests and staff remain our number one priority.

The Arnhem Land Barramundi Lodge will be reopening for the 2021 peak Runoff season. The latest climate outlook from the Bureau of Meteorology indicates a high chance of above-average rainfall across northern Australia in the December 2020 – February 2021 period. This is due to a strong La Niña presence in the tropical Pacific Ocean. A La Niña weather pattern is typically associated with above-average rainfall across most of northern Australia. For once it looks like the bureau’s prediction is correct as it’s been raining cats and dogs at Maningrida as the first monsoonal flow of the wet season descends upon the Top End. Thanks to La Niña , it looks like we’re in for a bumper wet season and, best of all, the rivers fished by the Arnhem Land Barramundi Lodge will be right in the thick of it. We have prime spots still available during our Runoff season which commences in late February 2021 and runs through to early May 2021.The Arnhem Land Barra Lodge looks forward to offering you the trip of a lifetime. Call now to discuss your Runoff trip.

For all bookings and enquiries, please contact Fishing Tropical Australia via the Contact Us page or call 08 89831544.

The Accommodation at Arnhem Land Barramundi Lodge

The Lodge

The lodge features 12 safari suites, each complete with luxury furnishings, ensuite bathroom, air-conditioning and front deck.

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The Fishing at Arnhem Land Barramundi Lodge

The Fishing

The remote and extensive waterways in this region have a well earned reputation for offering some of the best barra fishing in the world.

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The Location of the Arnhem Land Barramundi Lodge


Located on the far north coast of the Northern Territory, Arnhem Land is the largest and most remote Aboriginal land reserve in the country.

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