Bullo River Station
Old fashioned frontier hospitality
Set in a pristine landscape, defined by the Victoria and Bullo rivers and carved by waterfalls and gorges, Bullo River Station is one of the most breathtakingly beautiful cattle stations in Australia's Northern Territory.
In the early days of the station, outback hospitality was a lifeline for travellers and today that sense of convivial hospitality lives on. The homestead sits among shady eucalypts and baobs at the heart of the station offering twelve comfortable, air conditioned guest rooms. A pair of lake view huts perch high up on the ridge line offering complete seclusion and intimacy for sleep outs. The décor throughout is rustic yet stylish with the artful inclusion of station objects and the building’s original heritage features. There is a relaxed communal area where guests can help themselves to freshly baked goodies and enjoy a drink with fellow travellers, aswell as a pool amongst the palm trees. Breakfast is usually served on the verandah, lunch is often a picnic basket by a billabong, and dinner is best enjoyed under the stars by the light of a campfire.
Guests are welcome to get stuck in with station activities including muster training, calf feeding and cattle yard work but you may also wish to rove that land on horseback, hike the dramatic landscape to see aboriginal artwork, spot wildlife, fish for barramundi, cruise the river or view the land by helicopter.
Embracing the spirit of outback hospitality, Bullo River Station offers guests a ‘frontier Australia’ experience with all the warmth and homeliness of a stay with old friends.
Why we like it
Frontier Australia experience
Good old fashioned station hospitality
Fishing, hiking & heli flips
Station activities to get stuck in to