Bullo River Station is set on a 500,000 acre working cattle station and conservation sanctuary in the Northern Territory. Explore stunning landscapes, encounter amazing wildlife, cool off in remote waterholes and discover ancient indigenous rock art.
‘You know you’re in the Territory when you see a few huge 5m crocs basking on the riverbank enjoying the sun!’ Bullo Station Manager.
Reached by light aircraft (it is many hours’ drive even from their nearest neighbor), Bullo River uses sustainable farming methods and balances a successful business with conservation and harmony with the land. Situated between the Bullo and Victoria Rivers this is one of the most beautiful cattle stations on the continent, with rugged gorges, billabongs, waterfalls and amazing wildlife. Crocodiles, goannas and wallabies are just some of the creatures you might encounter. The area is also a paradise for bird watchers, home to some 180 resident and migratory bird species, including emus, brolgas, parrots and long-legged black-necked storks called jabiru.
Since the early pioneering days life on this remote station has become a lot more comfortable but still maintains the famous spirit of outback hospitality. Guests are warmly welcomed in a relaxed, home-from-home atmosphere. The 12 guest rooms are tastefully furnished in cool colours and natural fabrics – a welcome retreat after a day of adventures. Each room is the same, with king or twin beds, air-conditioning, modern en suite bathroom, and French doors opening out onto shady lawns. There is also a large outdoor pool with sunbeds.