Two bedroom water front bungalow with superior views looking down the lake towards the sunken forest. A private site with bushland on one side.
Queen bed in one room and a bunk bed double plus single in the other bedroom. Fully airconditioned rooms with a fully equipped kitchen with two door fridge/freezer combo. Lounge room includes TV/DVD. Internet available to access wifi.
Extra large verandah 3 ceiling fans with BBQ facilities. Drinks/overflow fridge on the verandah. Canoes and kayaks are available for you to explore the lake. Children's life vests on site.
Please note that Lake Bennett is a quiet resort and large parties and excessive noise is against Body Corporate policy. There is also a no dog policy for short term renters, issued by the Body Corporate.
Please note that there is a minimum of 2 nights for bookings.
What to Do
Relax, sunbathe, swim, fish, bushwalk or use the canoes and kayaks to explore all the lake has to offer, including an exciting display of bird life and water lillies.
The Lake House is also an excellent base for exploring the amazing surrounds, such as Kakadu National Park, Litchfield and Nitmiluk National Parks, Manton Dam, Adelaide River War Cemetery, Adelaide River Railway Station Bachelor.
What to Bring
The Lake House is fully equipped with Linen beds made up and has a fully equipped kitchen with oven, microwave, large fridge, crockery, cutlery, pots and pans and a Nespresso coffee machine. All you need to bring is your food, drinks and towels.
The Lake Bennett Wilderness Resort is at the other end of the lake and provides a restaurant and bar.
What not to do.
Lake Bennett is a place to re-energise and relax with family and friends. It is not a suitable place for you if you are interested in hosting a large party and destroying the tranquillity. Your group will be asked to pack up and leave immediately mid-event if there is a large gathering or party at the Lake House. There are much more suitable places that support large parties and events.