Referred to as Gurrung (pronounced Gooroong) by the Indigenous people of the Top End, the end of the dry season transforms the remaining billabongs of Bamurru Plains, drawing in huge numbers of varied wildlife. Think the Top End’s version of an African vista where birdlife congregate in extraordinary numbers rarely seen in Australia. Water buffalos, brumbies, agile wallabies, whistling ducks, dingos and azure kingfishers all enjoying a drink or an afternoon wallow. The further reaches of the property become accessible on foot and by 4WD safari as the waters of the floodplain recede, and the Sampan Creek provides a hive of activity on croc-spotting river cruises. Afternoon drinks by the infinity-edge swimming pool are set-off by the thunderstorms that can be seen rolling along the coast towards the end of October, this time of year provides truly extraordinary opportunities for photographers!
When you book a three night Wild Bush Luxury experience at Bamurru Plains in September or October you will receive 25% off!
$855 per adult, per night twin-share in a Safari Bungalow on the Ultimate Wilderness Experience Package
$510 per adult, per night twin-share in a Safari Bungalow on the Floodplain Chill Out Package
See our rates page to view all of our September and October package options.
Included in your stay is accommodation in a Safari Bungalow or our Kingfisher Suite, all chef-prepared meals and beverages, including alcohol. Daily guided wilderness experiences are included on our Ultimate Wilderness Experience package or available to be booked and paid for locally on our Floodplain Chill Out package. Exploring Kakadu stone country and Aboriginal rock art is also possible on our Ultimate Kakadu Experience package.