Bullo River Station
Experience life on a working cattle station
- 12 guest rooms
- Two secluded huts
- Helicopter tours
- Bird watching
- Horse riding
- Station activities
Set on 500,000 acres of privately owned countryside at the convergence of the Bullo and Victoria Rivers, Bullo River Station is surrounded by pristine landscape, carved with gorges and decorated with waterfalls. This working cattle station and homestead offers guests a beautiful rural escape. Station life is ever-changing with no two days the same. One thing you can count on is the hospitality, great meals and generous, comfortable surrounds.
Inspired by the 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 en-suite. In the comfortable communal area guests can help themselves to freshly baked goodies, and enjoy a drink with fellow travelers.
Perched high up on the ridgeline you’ll find a lone pair of huts offering complete seclusion and intimacy. Accessible by helicopter, drink in the Top End’s famous sunsets from the deck with its vast and spectacular outlook over the outback.
This vast property is not only home to around 4,000 Brahman-cross cattle, but also a stunning variety of local fauna species including wallabies, dingoes, wild buffalo, a myriad of native and migratory birds, fish and crocodiles.