Bamurru Plains

Built on stilts overlooking the Mary River floodpains at the edge of Kakadu National Park, Bamurra Plains is the ultimate place to experience Australia's wild Top End. With only ten secluded suites, the lodge offers 'Wild Bush Luxury' at its best, bringing a touch of style to a beautiful wilderness. The area is home to one of the largest crocodile populations on the planet, while over 236 species of bird soar through the skies above. An adult-only lodge perfect for remote honeymoons, there's nowhere quite like it. 

Approximately 2.5 hours by road from Darwin, or 20 minutes in a light aircraft, Bamurru Plains is the perfect base for exploring the wilderness of the Top End. Set off on thrilling airboat safaris to spot crocs, watch birds from the treetop canopy 'hide' or book in a guided game drive to see brumbies, buffalo, dingos and wallabies. A stay at Bamarru Plains includes daily guided wilderness adventures, so you'll be totally spoilt for choice. At the end of an active day in the bush, take a soak in the infinity pool as flocks of magpie geese fly overhead. Magic!

Bamurru Plains - Top End - Rewilding in Australia's Top End

 

This luxury eco-camp focuses on environmental sustainability and offers the highest levels of comfort. Each of the ten en-suite safari bungalows is designed to expose you to the sights and sounds of the bush, with floor to ceiling mesh-screening facing the floodplains. From here, you can watch the sun rise over the Australian bush from the comfort of your very own  bed. Built on raised timber platforms, they feature large private decks for sipping crisp Australian wine whilst spotting wildlife.