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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 "Lodge" is the focal point for dining and gathering with other guests, the building has a quieter library area with reference books and some privacy from the more communal areas in the rest of the building, which includes the dining area. The front deck features a BBQ firepit area, a wet edge swimming pool with views across the floodplains and a covered lounge area for sitting out the heat in the middle of the day.
AccommodationThe camp has nine safari bungalows built amongst the pandanus vegetation on the edge of the wetlands. Each of them has been built with privacy uppermost in mind and to take advantage of the spectacular views across the wetlands. Each bedroom has a screened balcony with views towards the floodplains. Rooms are available in twin and king double configurations and extra bedding is available in the form of a deluxe swag.
ActivitiesActivities focus on early morning and late afternoon when the wildlife and the light are at their best.
Nearest major City/TownCity - Darwin
Air AccessLight aircraft from Darwin to Bullo River Station takes approximately 20 minutes.
Road AccessBamurru 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).