Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel is a unique hotel that is shaped like a crocodile located within a rural area and right in the centre of the world heritage listed Kakadu National Park. It is a popular base for exploring the rugged beauty of the vast surrounding National Park.
Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel features 5 star service and quality staff whom speak several languages like Dutch, English, German & Tagalog. 105 Spaces of parking is available and the Parking Area is Equipped with Lights.
The hotel also has an evening Reception Desk and Guide dogs are only allowed in the Hotel, no cats or dogs allowed in Kakadu National Park. All major credit cards are accepted like Diners Club, Visa, American Express and Master Card. From the marble foyer to the air-conditioned guest rooms, Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel is a cool retreat in the midst of wilderness.
Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel offers a range of dining options in the Escarpment Restaurant to meet individual tastes whilst always inspiring with unique outback flavours.
Escarpment Restaurant: Located inside the Hotel and neighbouring the Pool and Courtyard, the restaurant serves breakfast, lunch & dinner. Open all day offering full Australian breakfast, snack lunch menu; - buffet, a la carte, dinner menus, adjoining cocktail bar with resident entertainer.
Escarpment Bar: Located inside the hotel neighbouring the Escarpment Restaurant, the bar offers a relaxing atmosphere allowing you to grab a cocktail before dinner or after an adventurous day's exploring Kakadu. From March to December, be entertained by singer Paul Francis each evening. Seats 30.
There are 2 meeting/conference rooms available: Jim Jim Room and Nourlangie A&B which can be paritioned into two seperate rooms. Function rooms can be used for Meetings, Conferences, Lectures, Seminars, Private Dinners or Shows.
The hotel offers 110 guest rooms overlooking a central shaded courtyard and swimming pool.
The unique township of Jabiru is situated in the middle of Kakadu – a National Park of world heritage status - and perched on the edge of Arnhem Land.
Initially established to service the Ranger Uranium Mine, Jabiru hosts a range of services for residents and tourists alike and is the gateway to many of the amazing sights in Kakadu National Park. Residents in Jabiru have the best of both worlds – only 250 km from the highlife in Darwin but far enough from the city to get the best from nature. Living in Jabiru is heaven for those who like to fish, camp, bushwalk or birdwatch.
Jabiru has about 1100 people, with about 400 people in the rest of Kakadu National Park. Jabiru's population is approximately 20 percent indigenous, while the Kakadu population is about 50 percent indigenous. The Mirarr people are the traditional owners of the Jabiru area.