Bamaga

19 Jun 2019 - 20 Jun 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Where to Stay in Bamaga

Bamaga is one of the northernmost settlements in Australia with a large outback and beautiful sunsets. Its most populated districts are Jardine River, Punsand Bay, and Somerset. Bamaga is known for tightly knit communities with traditions that date back centuries. Although there are few cheap hotels near the airport, transportation is easy to access, and commutes are always scenic.

Jardine River

Jardine River is a river that runs from north to south along the outskirts of Bamaga. It is a popular destination for fishing, camping, and hiking, so choose a hotel that will support these outdoor activities.

1. Sunset Inn

Sunset Inn is one of many cheap hotels in Bamaga that are popular for one or two nights. Located right along the river, it is a perfect stop before you embark on a day trip to the east.

2. Abstan Hotel

Abstan Hotel is a mid-range hotel with a long legacy of excellence. It provides a wide variety of amenities for visitors who are far from home. You can make reservations online or in-person.

3. Clifford Stay

When looking for a boutique hotel in Bamaga, Clifford Stay is a privately owned residence that shares property with other local businesses. Because of these connections, they have the most guest services out of any place in Bamaga.

Punsand Bay

Punsand Bay is a popular attraction that has music and entertainment venues. At nighttime, you can find performers around the bay and other guests enjoying the sights.

1. Northbound Hotel

Northbound Hotel is a good choice among last-minute hotels in Bamaga. With liberal reservation policies, it is incredibly easy to add and remove guests from the list. They feature late checkout times and flexible move-in dates.

2. Scott Hotel

Scott Hotel is a mid-range hotel that services the vast majority of Bamaga. You can find anything from deluxe suites to modest rooms in this residence. Scott Hotel offers guests a complimentary breakfast and large storage spaces.

3. Moonrise

Moonrise is a boutique hotel in Bamaga that is well-known for its professional staff and fast computers. They can recommend traveling plans and get you started on the next leg of your journey.

Bamaga Airport Hotels

Staying near the airport is a fantastic idea for travelers who want to make the most out of their trip. You can find shuttles and buses for transportation, although Bamaga is already highly accessible. Northern Peninsula Airport (ABM) is the primary airport that services Bamaga and the surrounding areas.

1. Eclipse Hotel

Eclipse Hotel is part of a semi-chain of hotels that are frequently located near airports. When searching for cheap hotels in Bamaga, this location is a great option for your journey to and from the town. If you forget your boarding pass or essential amenities, the professional staff is well-equipped to suit your needs.

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The least expensive month is April, with an average of £130 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Bamaga is July, with an average price of £166 per night.
The average price of a hotel in June last year was £162 per night. This is 6% more than the average nightly price of £151 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Bamaga, the expected average temperature in June is 26.6°C/79.8°F. The warmest month is typically November, which averages 31.8°C/89.2°F. The coolest month is August, with temperatures averaging 22.4°C/72.3°F.
The nearest airport to Bamaga is Bamaga (ABM) (1.60 miles). Other nearby airports include: Horn Island (22.34 miles) Yam Island (28.26 miles) Kubin Island (45.69 miles)

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