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Bamurru Plains

Destinations & Resorts

Location
Australia and New Zealand › Australia › Northern Territory | Uluru, Outback & Red Center › Mary River National Park
Type
Resorts
Location Details
Bamurru Plains is located on the edge of the Mary River floodplains just a short distance from the coast and the western boundary of Kakadu National Park. The property is a 20 minutes flight by light aircraft from Darwin airport, 3 hours drive from Darwin, 2 ½ hours from Jabiru (Kakadu National Park).
General Information
A style of accommodation more akin to some of the safari camps in Africa, Bamurru Plains’ attraction lies in the birdlife and wildlife of the surrounding floodplains and savannah woodland. As with the African camps, a stylish wilderness experience does not need to be 5 star in the traditional sense. Bamurru offers an experience that is utterly exclusive, rustically chic and totally in tune with the surrounding country.

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Room Details

Each of the nine individual safari suites is designed to blend with the surrounding bush, raised on a timber platform with ceiling to floor screening, with space for sitting out the heat of day with a good book or watching the local wildlife. Each suite contains creature comforts: a supremely comfortable bed, 100% cotton linen, large soft bathtowels, a high pressure shower with solar hot water. Hair dryers are available on request. There are no telephones, TVs, CD players, mini-bars, or internet access.

Guest Services

Nature reference library, field guides, complimentary transfers provided from the Darwin airport, a BBQ firepit area, gallery shop, meeting space.

All-Inclusive

Rates include accommodation, meals, beverages and scheduled activities.

Restaurants

Meals are designed to fit around the schedule of safari activities and the atmosphere of a camp setting. Meals in the lodge building are wholesome and innovative with a hint of native produce in many dishes. A selection of premium Australian wines is available at all times. The ‘down to earth’ style of the camp means that guests can help themselves to drinks from the open bar at any time of day.

Recreation

Airboat tours, bird watching, wildlife viewing, river cruises (April-October), 4WD safaris, small swimming pool.

Nearby Attractions

Scenic helicopter flights, Aboriginal culture in Arnhem Land & Kakadu National Park.

Other Information

The camp is open from February 1st to October 31st.

Land price is per person based on double occupancy (unless noted) for select travel dates shown. Air-inclusive vacations are for gateways noted. Rate quoted includes government-imposed fees and taxes and any necessary currency exchange rates. Rate is current when priced, at the time you purchase your vacation, rate may be higher. Rate does not include any applicable daily resort or facility fees (and in Europe, city tourist taxes) payable directly to the resort at check-out; such fees will be advised at the time of booking. Subject to availability and change; certain restrictions and black out dates may apply. Additional airline restrictions may apply, contact the airline directly with questions.

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