A Wild Bush Luxury experience provides ingredients that are key to the perfect family holiday. Abundant wildlife, spectacular and inspirational landscapes, guides and experiences that broaden horizons both in an environmental and adventure sense and above all a chance to get the children off their iPads and into nature.
Known for its love of all things health and fitness related, Australia offers a range of retreats and escapes as varied as its landscape. Snorkeling or scuba diving on the Great Barrier Reef, stand-up paddle boarding, hiking in the beautiful national parks.... endless natural beauty locations to truly unplug from the fast-paced world we all live in.
The Arkaba Walk is redefining the classic Aussie 'bush walk', adding luxury touches to a four-day hike in the Flinders Ranges. Traversing an ancient landscape and private wildlife conservancy, you'll be immersed in the story of the land.
John Cooper, arguably one of Australia's best guides, is the manager of Bamurru Plains in the Top End of Australia near Kakadu. He has an underlying passion for the North of Australia and shares pioneering stories, wildlife knowledge and experiences of Australia’s last frontiers.
The Kingfisher Suite reflects Bamurru's core philosophy of blending the accommodation as closely as possible with the surrounding bush. However, it is also designed to allow guests a superior feeling of seclusion while retaining a spectacular outlook on the Swim Creek floodplain.
The World Legacy Awards showcase the leading travel and tourism companies, organizations and destinations driving the sustainable tourism transformation of the travel industry. The finalists are recognised for conserving the natural world, supporting the preservation of nature, restoring natural habitat and protecting rare and endangered species, whether on land or in the ocean.
Raised 6 metres above the ground in the tree canopy overlooking the Mary River floodplain, The Hide is the ultimate eyrie from which birdlife and other wildlife can be observed undisturbed in their natural habitat.