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From the pristine waters of the Coral Sea and the verdant Atherton Tablelands, to the abundant micro-producers and growers scattered across Northern Queensland, this region is blessed with some of Australia’s best produce.

The lodge is a strong proponent of sustainable agriculture and works with local suppliers in the Far North Queensland region to source organic, free range, fair trade, biodynamic and sustainably-farmed products.

Dining at Mt Mulligan Lodge instantly evokes a strong sense of the outback; with the menu showcasing an abundance of foraged, locally sourced, caught and freshly grown seasonal produce. The ‘from scratch’ ethos is evident in the homemade pickles, jams, chutneys and krauts, all of which compliment sophisticated dishes that put a modern twist on outback living.

Menus are tailored to individual tastes, and like a true outback-pastoral cattle station, the cuisine is hearty, nourishing and plentiful, but the beautifully presented dishes are also refined and indulgent. The main lodge is a welcoming and cosy setting for meals, but guests wanting to dine al fresco, can do so with a gourmet picnic hamper in the bush, by dining under a canopy of twinkling stars over an intimate five course degustation dinner, or on the wide deck overlooking the weir.

An excellent range of iconic and boutique wines from some of Australia’s best wine regions has been hand selected to comprise the beverage menu, which ensures harmony between cuisine, climate and environment.

Rates include gourmet meals, quality Australian wines and beers and soft drinks.

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Dine Under The Stars
Dine overlooking the weir or under a perennially clear sky filled with stars. The menu at Mt Mulligan Lodge offers the best of the local produce of the region and nearby Atherton Tablelands.


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