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Thursday 6 April 2023

New accommodation options in the Territory outback

There are two very different new accommodation options in Australia's Northern Territory.

The Luxury eco-friendly safari lodge Bamurru Plains will open its new accommodation offering, Jabiru Retreat, from May 1.

Jabiru Retreat is a more private stay within a camp experience, featuring two safari-style bungalows connected by a walkway, leading to a private plunge pool and shaded deck overlooking the Mary River floodplains.

The retreat, billed as being ideal for two couples sharing, will accommodates four to six guests, and the package on offer includes daily guided wilderness safaris across the diverse landscapes of Kakadu - from rivers with sunbaking crocodiles to floodplains with birdlife, forests, and woodlands.

Trips to explore ancient rock art and Indigenous culture are an optional day trip away.

Although it is accessible by road in three hours, Bamurru Plains staff recommend flying in via a privately chartered flight from Darwin. See

At Uluru, meanwhile, Voyages Ayers Rock Resort has re-opened its budget-friendly accommodation, Outback Hotel and Lodge (above) following a multi-million-dollar renovation including enhanced guest rooms, new en-suite bathrooms and a refurbished swimming pool.

The Outback Hotel and Lodge’s 125 rooms all feature free wifi, air-conditioning, walk-in rain showers, new electronics and large prints from Aboriginal artist Delma Forbes adorn the walls.

A range of accommodation - including bank bed rooms and rooms with en suites - is on offer and guests can access Voyages’ cultural activities, airport transfers and shuttle bus service. See

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