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Banubanu Beach Retreat

An Eco Island Beach Retreat.

Nestling into the sand dunes on the north tip of Bremer Island, between two pristine beaches and rocky headlands, Banubanu is part of a greater arena of beautiful offshore islands in the Arafura Sea. It has so much for nature lovers, fishermen and those who just want to chill out and relax.

The retreat and its fittings are made from local materials, some recovered from the island's beaches, to keep a low impact on the surroundings. Guests are accommodated comfortably with eco friendly facilities that ensure Banubanu and the surrounding area remain in a pristine state.

Many of Banubanu's guests agree that the very best experience comes from being able to relax in an ultra remote location. There is no internet or mobile phone coverage, unless you climb up the highest sand dune to get a signal. Banubanu grants you peace and quiet to think things over.

  • Information


    • Bar
    • Communal Lounge
    • Open Fireplace
    • Outdoor Dining Area
    • Outdoor Furniture
    • Restaurant


    • Birdwatching
    • Fishing
    • Walks


    Caters for people who are deaf or have hearing loss.


    • Australian Tourism Accreditation Program
  • Rooms

    Hideaway Cabin

    Sleeps 2 guests

    Hideaway Cabin A fan cooled double bedroom or twin share in a lush tropical setting that has an en suite and its own private deck. Breakfast can be delivered to enjoy in peace and quiet on the deck

    Beach Front Deluxe Eco Safari Tents

    Sleeps 4 guests

    Perched at the foot of a sand bank in our western bay, strategically positioned to capture magnificent ocean views, our beachfront eco-tents offer guests total luxury and comfort.

    Features include:

    Sea views
    King bed or two single beds
    Free toiletries
    Outdoor sitting area where you can take in incredible views and sunsets

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