Optional Experiences


Tiwi Island Retreat is known as one of the Northern Territory’s best fishing, adventure and Indigenous arts and cultural hubs for a reason. These experiences can be added booked on arrival at the retreat.

Let one of our knowledgeable guides take you on a scenic drive along our breathtaking 5 Mile Beach, where you can spot incredible wildlife and soak in pristine landscapes. Stop for a picnic prepared by our wonderful staff and enjoy the serenity before you cruise back to the retreat (2 hours) $75/person.
Head out in one of our fishing boats with a guide to discover our secret fishing spots hidden down the estuaries. Dependant on tide times, you may also catch mud crabs or simply target the elusive Barramundi and Threadfin Salmon, amongst other local species, and we can cook some of your catch for you back at the retreat (allow 2 hours) $265/person.
Access the Tiwi Islands’ most secluded and hard to reach fishing spots. With high-quality fishing equipment and an experienced local guide/pilot the odds are in your favour to land a Barra. If you’re after an action-packed adventure, then this option is for you (4 hours) $1225/ person (minimum 2 people).

Explore the beauty of this pristine location from the air combined with a visit and swim in the crystal-clear waters of one of Australia’s most remote water holes.
This charter takes you to the most remote, pristine fishing environments in the Top End. Targeting popular tropicalspecies including Blue Salmon, Thread-fin Salmon, Jewfish, Golden Snapper, Mangrove Jack and more. Our Custom-built Catamaran, experienced skipper, fishing equipment and packed lunch, will guarantee an enjoyable time out on the water. This tour requires a minimum of 6 people to go ahead, we will advise at the time of booking whether minimum numbers have been met $480/person. *The half day version of this activity is included in the ‘For Fishos Package’.
Spectacular scenic flight across Bathurst Island combined with a truly special Indigenous art and cultural tour ran on ‘Tiwi time’.