Pajinka Wilderness Lodge is situated within 400m of the northmost point of mainland Australia. The local Aboriginal place name for this area is Pajinka - also known as Cape York. The Lodge is embedded in the rain forest.
Its owners have informed us that they are closed till mid 2004 for renovations and will reopen then.
For its owners, the Aboriginal people of Injinoo, Pajinka has always been regarded as a meeting place for the celebration of the coming together of people. Visitors are invited to share in the richness of the land and culture, and become part of a long and lasting tradition.
The Pajinka Wilderness Lodge covers 24 comfortable bungalows in a natural shrub landscape. All rooms are equipped with a modern bathroom, private Veranda, telephone, Tea/Coffee Facilities and clock.
Guests can relax and enjoy the comforts of the Lodge with its rainforest surrounds and unsurpassed beaches. Or you might wish to explore Pajinka's Landscapes and learn about the areas unique History on Guided Tours by the resident naturalist.
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