From $154 per room, per night
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Bullo River Station is an authentic working cattle station experience. Set on 500,000 acres of privately owned countryside, Bullo River Station is a working cattle station on the edge of the Kimberley in the northwest corner of Australia’s Northern Territory.
The station’s pristine landscape is carved with gorges and waterfalls, making it one of Australia’s most breathtakingly beautiful stations. The station operates in harmony with the land, balancing sustainable farming methods with best-practice land management. We manage the land with a philosophy of partnership, never taking too much or working it too hard, committed to ensuring its rich treasure-trove of nature is here for generations to come.
A partnership with Australian Wildlife Conservancy was born through a shared approach to land management and conservation – embracing sustainable ways of working with, and caring for, the land.
Inspired by our landscape, the 12 guest rooms are styled to provide an inviting sanctuary, perfect after a day on the station. Each room opens out onto the shady lawns and is cool and comfortable, with a king or twin beds, air-conditioning and modern ensuite. Rooms are serviced daily.
There is a comfortable communal area, where guests can help themselves to freshly baked goodies, enjoy a drink with fellow travellers or fill their water bottle for the day ahead. Laze by the pool, in a hammock amongst the palm trees, or in air conditioned comfort.
An Experience Like No Other
Choose a day filled with dust, sweat and the exhilaration of station life. Or spend the day exploring stunning landscapes, waterfalls, swimming in remote waterholes, barramundi fishing and discovering Aboriginal rock art and wildlife.
The list of daily tasks needed to manage the 4,000 strong Brahman-cross herd across half a million acres can look exhausting, however it’s certainly interesting and lots of fun.
You’ll get out on the station in four-wheel drives, all-terrain vehicles or even on horseback. Activities include bore checks, lick runs and cattle yard work. There’s poddy calves to be fed and muster training to do. Or take a farm tour to learn about everything we do
All meals and refreshments, beverages (wine, beer and spirits), soft drinks are inclusive of the per person rate. Dining is a communal affair, similar to hosting guests in your home. Each dinner is hosted by various team members. At least one dinner is a BBQ that includes the whole team. The team is one of Bullo’s key assets. Private or unhosted dinners can be accommodated if requested. Dietary allergies and dislikes are essential.
Encircled by the coffee coloured waters of the Victoria River and rugged hills, this vast property is home to around 4,000 Brahman-cross cattle and a stunning variety of local fauna species including wallabies, dingoes, wild buffalo, birds, fish and crocodiles. Guests are encouraged to learn more about cattle station operations. They can visit the cattle yards and have direct access to the team. Activities could include going on a bore check or lick run, viewing the muster from vehicles, participating in muster training on horse back and more. Fishing, a boat ride up the Bullo River, hiking, waterhole swims, indigenous rock art sites, horse riding. Activities can be tailored to guests’ interests. All cattle activities and land-based touring, including guide and equipment, are included in the per person charge.
The only additional cost is helicopter touring.
The stylish king rooms have been inspired by the landscape that surrounds Bullo River Station. The chic decor has been tastefully chosen to ensure maximum comfort, with luxurious touches. Close to the homestead and pool, your room will be a welcome retreat from the dust and heat after an exhilarating day on the station. Each room is equipped with air conditioning, ensuite bathroom and other modern facilities. Rate includes: Accommodation, All meals, Scheduled Activities including fishing, station activities – cattle related activity, gorge cruise, tours of Aboriginal Art sites, horse riding, quad bikes and daily guiding, Limited alcohol with meals (beer & wine).
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