Bamurru Plains

Bamurru Plains is located just to the west of Kakadu National Park on the Mary River floodplains. A host of bird and wildlife live on the doorstep of this unique bush camp that exudes 'Wild Bush Luxury' and brings a touch of style to a remote and beautiful wilderness. Access to the resort can be made by air; 20 minutes flight by light aircraft from Darwin airport, or 20 minutes from Kakadu National Park. By road the resort is 3 hours from Darwin, 2 hours from Jabiru (Kakadu National Park). Guests wishing to self-drive may do so but, as the property is a working buffalo station, they are required to leave their vehicles at the entrance of the property from where they will be picked up by a staff member for the 20 minute drive back to camp.

This ecologically sensitive luxury camp focuses on environmental sustainability and offers the highest levels of comfort. Each of the ten en-suite safari bungalows is designed to expose guests to the sights and sounds of the bush around them and ceiling to floor screening allows guests to look out across the floodplains at sunrise from the comfort of their bed. Each safari suite is en-suite and is raised on a timber platform, with space for sitting out the heat of day with a good book or watching the local wildlife.