About the Inn

One of the best properties in Dundee Beach, it features four+ double bedrooms and comfortably sleeps up to 8 people. If it’s too hot outside, relax with full air conditioning throughout.

We specialise in catering for small groups of fishermen and women who make their way to Dundee Beach to experience our great fishing. There is ample shedding for your boating equipment or we can refer you to a trustworthy local fishing charter service. Located 600m from the main boat ramp and lodge, just one street back from the waterfront.

The Inn is fully self contained with all linen and towels provided. Guests love the full functional kitchen and outdoor BBQ, next to the pool area and deck.

Set on just over 3 acres including natural monsoon rainforest that contains abundant birdlife and butterflies.

The Dundee Beach Fisherman’s Inn is the perfect destination for your next fishing or holiday escape.


Area Information

Dundee Beach is approximately 125kms from Darwin, making it a popular weekend destination for Darwin residents. It is easily accessible for 2WD vehicles for most part of the year. The town has approximately 400 permanent residents, with development of the area only starting in 1990.

The town looks out over scenic Fog Bay, famous for it’s reef and sport fishing. The Finnis River and its estuaries also offer great scenery and fishing, including the legendary barramundi and giant mud crabs.

The monsoonal weather patterns of the top end are generally characterised by a dry season (May to September) and transitional ‘build up’ period (October-November) into the wet season (December to April). The dry season can be very hot with little moisture in central NT, but is not such an issue in coastal Dundee Beach. The build up months aren’t typically wet but can be very humid as moisture builds up in the air. The wet season brings both high humidity and rainfall while still remaining warm and tropical. The best part is there are very few cold, wintery days, making it a great place to visit all year round.

Local Attractions

Dundee Beach barramundi and sport fishing

Dundee Beach is a haven for fishing enthusiasts, known worldwide for its amazing barra, reef and big sport fishing.

Mud crabbing

The Finnis River estuaries, surrounded by monsoonal rainforest, are also considered one of the best sources of mud crabs in the top end.


Please note that for your safety, swimming on any beach in the Northern Territory is not allowed due to the presence of saltwater crocodiles.


There are some amazing trails to explore around Dundee Beach. Hikers should make sure they are experienced and well prepared for hot conditions and dangerous wildlife. There are many qualified tour operators in the area for social hikers.

Litchfield National Park

Litchfield is a great destination definitely worth checking out. It features amazing waterfalls, 4wd tracks, wildlife tours, historic sites and more. It is approximately an hour south from Dundee Beach.

Magnetic Termite Mounds

An interesting feature of the area, these mounds are ‘magnetically’ aligned to avoid the hot afternoon sun. The can be found locally around Dundee Beach as well as other areas.


The largely untouched natural areas around Dundee Beach encourages a stunning range of birdlife, including on the property itself.

Check out the NT Birds website for a great resource.

Lodge of Dundee

The Lodge of Dundee is a great local spot to enjoy a meal and a drink. The Lodge offers affordable accommodation for smaller groups and caravans. The boat launching area offers a tractor service to get you on your way easily.


There are many islands in the area that make for a great day tour. The Peron Islands contain one of the most significant breeding colonies of Australian Pelicans in the nation. The islands are best visited using a local tour operator with the appropriate local knowledge.


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