The Eco Wilderness Retreat in Australia's Remote North East Arnhem Land
Banubanu is a hosted Beach Retreat that is nestled into sand dunes on the northern tip of Bremer Island. The Retreat is surrounded by two beaches and rocky headlands, all a part of a greater arena of offshore islands in the Arafura Sea. Banubanu offers so much for nature lovers, fishermen and those who just want to chill out and relax.
Fish for sport or fish for your dinner table in a place where the pristine beautiful seas have a rich bounty. The fishing in the waters around Bremer Island is world class and the stock of all varieties is abundant. First timers are guaranteed a big fish.
The Yolngu, the Indigenous Australian people of North-Eastern Arnhem Land are the region’s traditional owners. At Banubanu, we proudly support Lirrwi Tourism’s Yolngu Cultural Tourism Masterplan for Arnhem Land.
The Yolgnu’s masterplan maintains their strong culture and creates employment and economic and social benefit. We invite you to become a partner in this ambitious, groundbreaking new initiative. Ask us about how you can experience the Yolgnu culture and art when you come to stay at Banubanu.
The Retreat and its fittings are constructed with local materials, some of them recovered from the beaches on the island, to keep an ultra low impact on the surroundings. Guests are accommodated comfortably with Eco friendly facilities that ensure Banubanu remains in a pristine state.
Many of Banubanu’s guests agree that the very best experience comes from being able to sit in an ultra remote location and just chill out with a glass of wine. Peace and quiet to think things over, a natural serenity to encourage reflection.
Enjoy healthy and skillfully prepared food during your stay at the Retreat. Helen is a professionally trained and gifted cook who serves her guests up delicious breakfasts, lunches and dinners from the freshest of ingredients.
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