Prices above are provided by partners for one room, with variable occupancy rules as provided by the property, and do not include all taxes and fees. Bamurru Plains locations, rates, amenities: expert Kakadu National Park research, only at Hotel and Travel Index. Bamurru is a very special place with great staff, food, wine and unique accommodation. This is the place for you. Bamurru Plains. Located on the Mary River flood plains, and just west of Kakadu National Park. If you are a resident of another country or region, please select the appropriate version of Tripadvisor for your country or region in the drop-down menu. 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. By road, Bamurru Plains is approximately three hours from Darwin, and two and a half hours from Jabiru, in Kakadu National Park. Thank you and please spread the word. Bamurru Plains, its facilities and 300 km² of country are exclusively for the use of its guests, so you can be assured of a quiet, privileged outback experience. The drive from Jabiru in Kakadu National Park will take 2½ hours, again part unsealed roads. The area is home to one of the largest crocodile populations in the world, and the annual migration of over one hundred thousand magpie geese is a sight to be seen. This is where a pageant of wildlife appears, dozens of wallabies hopping in the golden light, the buffalo roaming and birds aplenty. Bed Types are requests only and may not be honoured at the hotel if availability does not permit. Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay. There is no public vehicle access through to the lodge of Bamurru Plains. Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant. 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). Peaceful, remote and beautifully secluded, the transfer to the infamous Bamurru Plains isn’t as long as you’d expect. Guests enjoy exclusive access to Bamurru’s miles of the Sampan River, coast and Mary River Floodplain system with daily guided wilderness activities such as croc-spotting river cruises, 4WD safaris, wildlife viewing or walking safaris. Here you’ll experience a beautiful wilderness region and its prolific wildlife and birdlife. Part of the luxury of Bamurru is in the fact that you are sharing a huge landscape with just a handful of others but as a small lodge so much of our marketing is through word of mouth so please spread the word! When you arrive at the property, a staff member will escort you to a suitable location to park the vehicle. In the midst of the savannah bush on the edge of the Mary River floodplains, Australia’s answer to the Okavango delta, Bamurru Plains’ is the setting for a wilderness experience like no other. Australia’s biggest national park and a World Heritage Area listed for both its natural and cultural heritage, this is an ancient landscape that encompasses towering escarpments, wetlands filled with bird and marine life, powerful meandering rivers, diverse wildlife and some of the country’s best Aboriginal art galleries. Thank you and kind regards Charles Carlow. Seasonality Stay at this 4.5-star luxury lodge in Point Stuart. On the edge of the Timor and Arafura Seas and closer to the islands of Indonesia than most of Australia, the ‘Top End’ is a region of climatic extremes and an annual cycle of environmental rebirth. From here you will be picked up by a safari guide for the 20 minute drive on to the lodge. Bamurru Plains is a 3 hour drive from Darwin, the first hour and three quarters is on sealed tarmac road, the last hour and a quarter are on unsealed public and station roads. Staff are all wonderful, the food is great, the wine selection great, the location is very special, sitting around the pool watching the birds, wallabies and buffalo was amazing and waking up to the sites and sounds of all these animals was very special. All supported by some great food and great Australian wines. Waking up watching the wildlife walk past on their daily journey and listening to all the birds at first daylight is just a great experience. Bathrooms include a shower with a rainfall showerhead, bathrobes, complimentary toiletries and … Stay at this 4.5-star luxury lodge in Point Stuart. It’s an important birding area, habitat for many wetlands creatures including home to many crocodiles, and of course the prized barramundi.