Australia Zoo, home to the Irwins and a stack of animals, has just unveiled it’s latest addition – cabins!

‘The Crocodile Hunter Lodge’ features eight rustic cabins where you can spend the evening sleeping among the gumtrees.

Each cabin features a sizeable deck which overlooks the “multi-species habitat” containing red kangaroos, emus, echidnas and koalas who were affected by the 2019-2020 summer bushfire season.

There’s also a 25-metre infinity pool called ‘The Billabong’ with views of the bushland with the ‘Warrior Restaurant & Bar’ close by.

The stunning restaurant has a menu focused on Australian cuisine made with locally-sourced ingredients and plants that have been part of First Nations’ diets for many years.

Opening The Crocodile Hunter Lodge, Terri Irwin said that “Steve always had a dream that one day, people would not just visit Australia Zoo, but stay overnight, and have the immersive experience of listening to and being around wildlife after dark.”

She continued: “It was so important for us to make his dream come true through the opening of The Crocodile Hunter Lodge. This stunning luxury accommodation is surrounded by our conservation work, providing a home to endemic wildlife species while further continuing Steve’s important legacy.”

If you’re keen to book a stay, head to their website HERE.