|Nomad Charters offers you a unique Northern Territory Arnhem Land experience. We operate around the remote East Arnhem Land coastline from our base in the town of Nhulunbuy on the Gove Peninsula.|
The Gove Peninsula and its surrounds have a huge and uniquely untapped potential for fishing enthusiasts and for those looking for a true remote area experience. Gove provides all who visit an unforgettable adventure in one of Australia's most exciting and pristine areas.
We offer luxury 4WD small group tours and personalized private charters throughout the Gove Peninsula area.
Visit the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre and Museum in the community of Yirrkala and experience the art, culture and history of the local Yolngu people.
Marvel the rugged pristine coastline with its pure white beaches and crystal waters
Take a guided tour of the local area including the mining township of Nhulunbuy, Gove Harbour and local recreational clubs.
First class, unspoiled blue water fishing within easy reach.
A myriad of species including Spanish mackerel, Coral Trout and other prized blue water and reef fish.
Day trips around Nhulunbuy or extended camping safaris to our Banubanu Wilderness Retreat on Bremer Island.
Visit our Banubanu Wilderness Retreat on Bremer Island. Fish or just chill out and enjoy the remote solitude, clear skies, turtles laying their eggs, bird watching or beachcombing and bright starry nights around the camp fire.
The local Aboriginal people are welcoming to our guests and if requested a guided tour of hunting and gathering and country can be organized.
To take you to the hottest fishing spots or the coolest sheltered beaches, ensuring your quality experience.
2 - 5 Day Packages on Bremer Island
Banubanu is a unique wilderness retreat in Arnhem Land that only few privileged adventurers will ever share. We deal in small exclusive groups allowing for a personalized service for 3 to 8 people.
You can fly your own plane or else we can fly you from Gove to Bremer Island, where you have the option of doing a cultural visit to the local Aboriginal community, get amongst the world’s best fishing or generally relax and chill out at our remote exclusive camp setting in this pristine area of Bremer Island.
The retreat is located on the northern tip of Bremer Island approximately one kilometre from the Aboriginal homeland and its airstrip. The camp itself is in the middle of the narrow point of the island and has both the eastern and western coastlines within view and offers a grand outlook out over the neighbouring islands.
Due to the uniqueness of our products, when our clients book a tour they can be assured that in most cases will have the Retreat to themselves with that special personalised service that we provide. It is this exclusivity that gives us the flexibility to tailor a package that suits your needs when booking with us.
See prices for Package options on our 2010 Prices page.
Banubanu is not a licensed premises therefore if you require any alcohol it will need to be pre-ordered with payment required on arrival. Bremer Island is an alcohol free zone, however the Rirratjingu have agreed to allow consumption in moderation at Banubanu.
When visiting the Wilderness Retreat there sometimes can be as many as five new turtle nests appearing every week on the small beach in front of our camp.
There are many smaller uninhabited islands that can be seen from Bremer and these islands are home for large populations of sea birds which feed off the bounty of these fish rich waters. The local population of approximately 25 Aboriginal people live at Gutjangen Settlement 2 km south of the Wilderness Retreat.
What Our Clients Say about the Experience
We have been home a couple of weeks now and it seems a long time since we were relaxing on Bremer Island at your wonderful Banubanu Wilderness Retreat.
It was undoubtedly the highlight of our trip and we thank you for your great food, hospitality and care during our stay. We loved the tents with their individual seclusion and being able to lay awake watching the stars. The moonlit walk along the beach was magic as was the beachcombing in the daytime.
It was a privilege spending time at the Community and meeting Luk Luk and the other residents and we thank you for taking us there. Trevor, our brief but magical stay on Bremer will stay with us as one of our very special life experiences.