ATV Adventure

Signature and bespoke adventures allow guests to get behind the wheel of an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) and navigate the boulder-strewn creeks and rugged dirt tracks of Northern Outback Queensland. Once the dust settles, enjoy a rest with a  picturesque view of the surrounds of Mt Mulligan Lodge

Branch Outlook ATV Tour | Cruise the outback tracks and meet the bovine locals before resting at the picturesque south end of Mount Mulligan, known as The Branch, for some refreshments.

Sunrise Geraldine Loop | If you are an early riser, there’s nothing quite like watching the sunrise over the Hodgkinson Valley as Mount Mulligan (Ngarrabullgan) wakes and dominates the surrounding landscape. Traverse through gently rolling hills on an ATV and witness when first light sparks the landscape in flamboyant red and orange. There’s a coffee stop at Geraldine lookout before finishing up with a spot of bird watching at Lake Geraldine. Don't forget to pack your binoculars.

Geraldine Falls Lookout | As the sky glows like an ember at sunset and the ridges of the escarpment come alive, this guided ATV Tour takes you to Geraldine Falls lookout in the late afternoon. This beautiful vantage point overlooks Lake Geraldine below, the abandoned mining township and Ngarrabullgan, the imposing sandstone mountain that gives Mt Mulligan Lodge its namesake. Enjoy a gourmet cheese board and chilled sundowner, or two, as the landscape changes colour from dusk to darkness.

ATV Outback Adventure Trail | Don goggles and a face mask, jump in an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) and roar away from the lodge along a tawny, dry and rutted track on an exhilarating private ATV adventure. Red dust flies as you zoom along the property’s extensive outback dirt trails and fence lines, past free-roaming brahman cattle and wild brumbies, through iron bark and river gum forests and over dried up ravines. Churn through cattle yards and bushland before arriving at a shady spot by the Hodgkinson River for a thirst-quenching drink.

Wild, Wild West | This private tour is one for the history buffs. Following the abandoned Thornborough train track, this tour is reminiscent of the wild, wild west as you delve deeper into Mt Mulligan Stations' rich pastoral, prospecting, and colonial history. Recharge with a picnic lunch and some cold beverages on the picturesque Morris Dam situated below Flying Pig Hill after a day full of exploring Mount Mulligan's charming past.

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Other Activities At Mt Mulligan Lodge

A must do for any guests celebrating a special occasion in the outback of Far North Queensland. More »

A must do for any guests celebrating a special occasion in the outback of Far … More »

A must do for any guests celebrating a special occasion in the outback of Far North Queensland. More »

Be guided through a flow of Shivasana or a bespoke journey of Yin and Yang Yoga in private or group … More »

Be guided through a flow of Shivasana or a bespoke journey of Yin and Yang … More »

Be guided through a flow of Shivasana or a bespoke journey of Yin and Yang Yoga in private or group yoga sessions. More »

Soak up the serenity and float downstream on a guided tube ride. More »

Soak up the serenity and float downstream on a guided tube ride. More »

Soak up the serenity and float downstream on a guided tube ride. More »

Take to the water on a stand-up paddle board and reconnect with nature as you scout for wildlife such as … More »

Take to the water on a stand-up paddle board and reconnect with nature as you … More »

Take to the water on a stand-up paddle board and reconnect with nature as you scout for wildlife such as the elusive platypus on the Mt Mulligan weir. More »

Celebrate an intimate wedding in a naturally beautiful location on this private outback Queensland station. More »

Celebrate an intimate wedding in a naturally beautiful location on this private outback Queensland station. More »

Celebrate an intimate wedding in a naturally beautiful location on this private outback Queensland station. More »

Try your hand at cattle mustering on the 28,000-hectare station in Northern Outback Queensland. More »

Try your hand at cattle mustering on the 28,000-hectare station in Northern Outback Queensland. More »

Try your hand at cattle mustering on the 28,000-hectare station in Northern Outback Queensland. More »

Cruise over captivating landscape on their expansive 28,000-hectare heritage property in remote Far North Queensland. More »

Cruise over captivating landscape on their expansive 28,000-hectare heritage property in remote Far North Queensland. More »

Cruise over captivating landscape on their expansive 28,000-hectare heritage property in remote Far North Queensland. More »

Discover the rugged outback and verdant scenery of Mt Mulligan Lodge by foot on a hike to the surrounding gorges. More »

Discover the rugged outback and verdant scenery of Mt Mulligan Lodge by foot on a … More »

Discover the rugged outback and verdant scenery of Mt Mulligan Lodge by foot on a hike to the surrounding gorges. More »

With over 126 species of birds being recorded at the Far North Queensland property, many of the species are best … More »

With over 126 species of birds being recorded at the Far North Queensland property, many … More »

With over 126 species of birds being recorded at the Far North Queensland property, many of the species are best observed at dawn, with the help of a Field Guide and a pair of binoculars. More »

Now a ghost town, the remains of the Mount Mulligan township are rich in history. More »

Now a ghost town, the remains of the Mount Mulligan township are rich in history. More »

Now a ghost town, the remains of the Mount Mulligan township are rich in history. More »

Experience the beauty of the Mt Mulligan Lodge weir from a kayak. Gently paddling at your own pace, take-in the … More »

Experience the beauty of the Mt Mulligan Lodge weir from a kayak. Gently paddling at … More »

Experience the beauty of the Mt Mulligan Lodge weir from a kayak. Gently paddling at your own pace, take-in the scenery and silence of the outback. More »

As the sky darkens to a deep indigo and the last rays of sun slip beyond the horizon, the night … More »

As the sky darkens to a deep indigo and the last rays of sun slip … More »

As the sky darkens to a deep indigo and the last rays of sun slip beyond the horizon, the night sky at Mount Mulligan is lit by thousands of stars. More »

Head up to the Mt Mulligan Lodge Sunset Bar and enjoy a sun-downer as you watch Mount Mulligan escarpment come … More »

Head up to the Mt Mulligan Lodge Sunset Bar and enjoy a sun-downer as you … More »

Head up to the Mt Mulligan Lodge Sunset Bar and enjoy a sun-downer as you watch Mount Mulligan escarpment come alive as the sun sets. More »

The weir at Mount Mulligan is home to Australian Barramundi. Cast your line from the riverbank or a kayak and … More »

The weir at Mount Mulligan is home to Australian Barramundi. Cast your line from the … More »

The weir at Mount Mulligan is home to Australian Barramundi. Cast your line from the riverbank or a kayak and try your luck. More »

The environment at Mount Mulligan supports a range of fauna and flora with agile wallabies often spotted around the lodge … More »

The environment at Mount Mulligan supports a range of fauna and flora with agile wallabies … More »

The environment at Mount Mulligan supports a range of fauna and flora with agile wallabies often spotted around the lodge and frequent opportunities to sight rainbow lorikeets, kookaburras and noisy friar birds. More »

Wind back in time to the Australian Gold Rush era at Tyrconnell at Mount Mulligan. More »

Wind back in time to the Australian Gold Rush era at Tyrconnell at Mount Mulligan. More »

Wind back in time to the Australian Gold Rush era at Tyrconnell at Mount Mulligan. More »

Mount Mulligan Cemetery was established to serve the little town that sprang up in the early 20th century following the … More »

Mount Mulligan Cemetery was established to serve the little town that sprang up in the … More »

Mount Mulligan Cemetery was established to serve the little town that sprang up in the early 20th century following the discovery of coal. More »

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