Bamurru Plains, Mary River, Northern Territory, Australia
A luxury wilderness camp with just nine en-suite safari bungalows, designed to blend with the surrounding bush and built on raised platforms for better views.
Bamurru Plains, with its nine freestanding Safari Bunglows, is an extraordinary wilderness experience on the coastal floodplains of the Mary River delta, situated just west of Kakadu National Park, in Australia’s Northern Territory.
Exuding ‘Wild Bush Luxury’ this lodge ensures that you’ll be exposed to all the incredible sights and sounds of this spectacular environment in style and exclusivity.
Activities from the camp focus on exploring the surrounding country, with airboat trips on the wetlands, river cruises in search of crocodiles, bush drives and guided walks, while Kakadu’s rich indigenous culture is a day trip out.
A self-service bar with a selection of beverages is available to guests throughout the day and the resident chef provides wholesome, innovative and contemporary Australian cuisine with hints of native produce in many dishes.