Bamurru Plains is set on 300 square kilometres of floodplains and savanna woodlands on the Mary River, at the edge of Kakadu National Park.
Bamurru Plains is set on 300 square kilometres of floodplains and savanna woodlands on the Mary River, at the edge of Kakadu National Park. Fall asleep to the sounds of the bush at this unique safari lodge known for its prolific birdlife and wild buffalo. Guests are invited to join the Bamurru guides on open-air safari drives, river cruises, airboat rides and each day ends with sundowners and canapes with a view. After a day’s adventure, the pool is the spot to relax with local wildlife often seen roaming from this vantage point. This classic Australian bush experience includes premium food and wine and hosted activities. Bamurru Plains is one of the Luxury Lodges of Australia.
Twice daily guided activities including river cruising, airboat wetland tours, wildlife viewing, guided walks and open-air safari drives
All food and beverages including beer, wine and spirits
Located 3 hours by road from Darwin, roughly half-way between Darwin and Jabiru. Bamurru is best accessed from Darwin by light air transfer on a short 25 minute flight.
Couples and families – children can use Bamurru’s unique ‘swag beds’ and stay in your suite
Best Nearby Walk
Ubirr Rock at Kakadu National Park – included on our NT journeys
Best Nearby Park
Kakadu National Park
Best Food & Wine Experience
Three course dinners with free-flowing wines where local produce and native ingredients shine – think crispy barramundi with finger lime
Best Place for Relaxation
Bamurru’s Bird Hide – The Siesta Lunch experience comes with pillows for your after-lunch nap in this bush tree-house
March-October – go early for wet floodplains, later for dry safari conditions
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Frequently asked questions
What is the weather like in the Northern Territory?
The average maximum temperature and rainfall by month in Darwin and the NT Top End are detailed below. The Mary River wetlands and Kakadu National Park are 2-3 hours’ drive from Darwin and experience similar weather patterns.