Rooms & Suites: 9
The focus of your stay at Bamurru Plains is in the environment around you and the wildlife and birdlife for whom it is home.
"Wild Bush Luxury" is a term used to describe the style of experience at Bamurru Plains. With just nine safari suites built amongst the savannah bush fringing the floodplains, the camp is exclusive and guests will not see other tourists on the property. Each safari suite is raised on a timber platform, with space for sitting out the heat of day with a good book or watching the local wildlife. Each individual safari suite is designed to blend with the surrounding bush and as such exposes guests to the sights and sounds of the bush around you, whether it is the haunting call of a Whistling Kite, the raucous cacophony from the Blue-winged Kookaburras as dawn breaks or the sound of a full grown buffalo splashing its way through the floodplains just a short distance from your bed. The morning chorus of tens of thousands of Magpie Geese, after whom the camp is named, is an experience in itself. The floodplains of the Mary River region form one of the most significant ecosystems in Australia. Dominated by the climatic extremes of the tropical monsoon, the wetlands and savannah woodlands that fringe the coastal regions between Darwin and Kakadu National Park harbor an extraordinary diversity of flora and fauna. Bamurru Plains offers a variety of activities including airboat tours, bird watching, wildlife viewing, river cruises, safaris and much more. The camp is closed between 1st November and 31st January each year. Read Travel Pulse article: Australia: Things to Do in Bamurru
Adventure/Eco/Nature, Romantic Getaway
Darwin International Airport (DRW)
May through October