Immerse yourself in the Beswick community when you stay in the architecture-award winning Djakanimba Pavilions.
Four stylish elevated Pavilion rooms located in the heart of Beswick, adjacent to the Culture Centre, and just 100kms from Katherine via a sealed road.
“What a surprise. Stunning buildings. Beautiful art including fibre art, displayed in new and inviting art gallery. The art museum was mind blowing! Friendly, helpful and informative staff…Comfy beds, open air dining, everything we needed… Highly recommended…”
Ideal for both work and leisure travelers, our well appointed rooms include queen beds, air conditioning, fridge and breezy verandahs to enjoy the surrounding views. Linen is provided and guests have access to bathrooms and a fully equipped kitchen. Camping options are also available.
Staying with us supports local employment and community enterprise. Trip Advisor
“Gorgeous, spacious rooms complete with very comfy beds, beautiful artwork and thoughtful amenities like local handmade soap and T2 tea. The setting is spectacular. I am looking forward to coming back.”
We offer a range of flexible and unique experiences that allow visitors to enjoy Indigenous culture and community life in a relaxed and genuine way
Head out bush with local guides, learn to harvest pandanus and natural dyes, or cut a real didjeridu made by termites, discover native honey and enjoy dazzling spring country and secluded swimming holes. Stay longer and shape, paint and play your own bush-cut didjeridu or learn to create a distinctive fibre artwork with Beswick’s renowned weavers. Spend time with local people on the spectacular country that surrounds Beswick Community.
We offer everything from half day tours to week long immersions, tailored to your schedule and interests.
Djilpin Arts also offers events during the dry season, including workshops, traditional dance performances and concerts on country. Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date with events.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to start chatting your visit once our community is open.