Get off the grid in East Arnhem LandBremer Island, Northern Territory
When you think of idyllic island retreats, locations like the Maldives and Ibiza come to mind but it's time to add a little known hidden gem called Bremer Island to that list.
Banubanu Wilderness Retreat is located on Bremer Island, just a 15-minute flight from Gove Airport in the waters off Nhulunbuy in East Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. East Arnhem Land is known for its pristine beaches, abundant sea life, lush tropical surrounds and its rich Yolngu culture.
Banubanu is an eco-sensitive beach retreat built in partnership with the Yolgnu people to ensure guests experience the natural wonders of the area and appreciate the rich history and culture of the Yolngu people.
Things move at a pretty slow pace at Banubanu...take some time to chill, reflect, go fishing, bird watching, beach combing, interact with the local Indigenous people; reconnect with nature...with no wifi, it's the perfect time for a device detox.
For the more adventurous there is 4WD touring, fishing tours, crabbing and snorkelling. The surrounding region offers stunning scenic walks and is home to native wildlife, bird life and turtles. Oh yeah and all the food eaten is caught locally and is cooked to perfection!
- Learning about Yolngu culture told directly from indigenous Australian traditional owners
- The private beach area with bar and a restaurant
- 4WD touring
- Crabbing and fishing
- Snorkelling in the pristine waters
- Taking long scenic walks and spotting native wildlife, bird life and turtles
- The Seabreeze Restaurant which is an elevated Pavilion overlooking the azure blue waters of the Western Cove offering local caught seafood and freshly grown herbs
- There’s no wifi connection but you won’t miss it here
- Fan cooled rooms
- Sundeck with beach front views
- Bar Fridge, tea and coffee making facilities
- Outdoor shower
- Swimming pool
- Plunge pool
- Room service