Bullo river station
East Kimberley, Northern Territory
Set on a 500,000-acre working cattle property in a remote corner of the East Kimberley, Bullo River Station offers an authentic window into life in the outback in combination with a collection of unforgettable Australian adventures.
Cruise the Bullo River Gorge, fish for barramundi and swim in secluded waterholes. Join in the station activities or head out wildlife spotting and birdwatching. Tour these ancient landscapes (dotted with Aboriginal rock art and insta-worthy vistas) on foot or on horseback, by 4WD, heli or quad bike.
Visit Bullo River Station between May and September (selected dates) for the added opportunity to witness outback cattle mustering in action. At Bullo River homestead, enjoy lazy afternoons by the pool, in a hammock between the palms or sharing a sundowner with your fellow guests looking out over the outback plains.
The original Bullo River Station homestead houses twelve air-conditioned and en-suite guest rooms (beautifully styled by Australian interior stylist, Sibella Court). Enjoy wholesome home-cooked breakfast on the homestead veranda, picnic lunches in the shade of a boab tree and shared dinners under the stars around a campfire.
A wildlife lovers delight, Bullo River Station’s waterholes and billabongs attract an impressive collection of resident and migratory birds, and the property which has a unique partnership with the Australian Wildlife Conservancy, is home to a diverse range of rare and endangered Australian wildlife.
All meals, most beverages and a selection of signature activities, including a short scenic helicopter flight, are included with a stay at Bullo River Station. This Australian outback luxury lodge is closed between November and February annually.