The Jungle Bungalows are luxurious individual suites adjoining a variety of enclosures throughout the property. A glass wall is all that will separate you from a pride of lions, cheetah, tigers or a Malayan sun bear! Regardless of whether you are relaxing in your lounge area, resting in bed or taking a leisurely bath, you will only be a heartbeat away from these amazing creatures. All rooms feature king beds, bath robes, indulgent bath tubs, optional climate control, complimentary wireless internet, music system with MP3 input, television with complimentary Foxtel and premium amenities. Additional bedding utilises a double pull out sofa bed.
When making a booking you have the option of giving a preference for which animal will be outside your room. It is not possible to allocate you a specific Jungle Bungalow animal as this depends on:
- Which animals are in the relevant enclosures
- Families with children have to be allocated specific rooms
- Earlier bookings may have given the same preferences
- Some guests have mobility issues and need the bungalow with least steps
- Some visitors may be staying over from the previous night
We do our very best to meet your preferences but no guarantees are given. Frequently asked questions
** Please note there is also a chance that guests may experience some disruption during the night as the animals move about their enclosures e.g. the lions may roar throughout the night. No of rooms: 5 | Maximum adult per room: 3 | Maximum total guests per room: 4
Due to the animal’s reactions, children must be over 14 years old and over 1.5 metres tall to stay in the Lion or Tiger Bungalows. Children under 18 can’t stay in the Cheetah Bungalow. Please note that in the event that a guest arrives with children who don’t meet these requirements, we will not be able to accommodate them in one of these rooms and we may not be able to accommodate them elsewhere. Please check heights etc before proceeding further. Children 6yo and over can stay in the Sun Bear Bungalow.
All National Zoo & Aquarium conservation, breeding and educational programs are supported by funds raised by Jamala Wildlife Lodge