An extraordinary wilderness experience on the coastal floodplains of the Mary River delta in the top end of the Northern Territory. Situated just west of Kakudu National Park, Bamurru Plains is an utterly exclusive bush camp that exudes “Wild Bush Luxury”, bringing a touch of style to a remote and beautiful wilderness region. The Lodge Bamurru Plains attraction lies in the abundance of birdlife and wildlife of the surrounding floodplains and savannah woodland. The style of experience at Bamurru Plains is utterly exclusive, rustically chic and totally in tune with the surrounding country. The rivers and wetlands also host one of the largest crocodile populations in the NT, while the surrounding bush is home to 1000s of wallabies, dingos and other mammals. Nine spacious freestanding bungalows. Main Lodge with sitting, dining and library overlooking the floodplains. 10.2 metre water edge swimming pool.
Nine spacious and naturally comfortable free-standing ensuite bungalows on raised platforms with views across the floodplains. Three are air-conditioned (surcharge applies), while six have been designed for the tropical climate and have overhead fans. Each bungalow has a large screened viewing area providing internal privacy while permitting fresh air and wonderful vistas.
Activities include: Airboat trips, crocodile river cruises, 4WD safaris, wildlife viewing, fishing (additional cost), Kakadu & Arnhem Land day trips (additional cost).
Nightly Rate includes: accommodation, meals, beverages (based on select open bar), scheduled activities may be included (4WD safaris, river trips, airboat trips, daily guiding).
Property Closed: 1 November to 31 January annually. Bamurru Plains is operating as a dedicated fishing lodge between 01-Feburary until 30-April.