Djilpin Arts - Accommodation

1 Night
Arnhem Land, Northern Territory
Year Round
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Book a night’s accommodation at our award-winning Djakanimba Pavilions. During your stay, visit the Djilpin Art Centre where you will have the opportunity to explore the Blanasi Collection, a permanent showcase of culturally significant art works in the West Arnhem painting style and curated by late elder and dijeridu master, David Blanasi. 


Djiplin Arts, 2 Cameron Road, Beswick NT

What to expect

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.

Ideal for both work and leisure travelMonthlers, our well-appointed rooms include queen beds, air conditioning and breezy verandahs to enjoy the surrounding views.

What is included

Each room has a microwave and fridge with tea and coffee making supplies. Linen and towels are provided, and guests have access to spacious shared bathrooms and a fully equipped kitchen.

Check in from 2pm, Check out 10am.

Camping is also available.

Meeting point

Djiplin Arts, 2 Cameron Road, Beswick NT

What to bring



Djilpin Arts

Experience traditional Indigenous culture and community life.

Djilpin Arts is a community-owned, not-for-profit organisation based in the remote Indigenous community of Beswick/Wugularr, Northern Territory, Australia. Established in 2002, by the late actor and musician Balang T.E. Lewis, Djilpin Arts works to maintain, develop and promote local art and culture.

Working on country with kin and culture, across generations, our activities are rich in spirit, bringing healing to the community and linking traditional knowledge with modern enterprise.

Djilpin Arts is a place where visitors can engage with local people and artists, learn about traditional life and culture, browse and buy artworks, stay in our award-winning accommodation or experience seasonal cultural events, tours and immersions.

Find us just one hour’s drive from Katherine or Mataranka by sealed road.


Beswick Falls Cultural Tour

'Walking With Spirits' is Beswick Community's annual open cultural celebration presented by Djilpin Arts in partnership with the Australian Shakespeare Company. Held 20kms from the Community at the spectacular wilderness location Malkgulumbu, Walking With Spirits features traditional corroborree from several Arnhem Land languages together with songs and stories told in dance, music and puppetry. Initiated by the community in 2002, Walking With Spirits is held every year. Visitors are invited to camp for the weekend.

Ready for an experience you won't forget?