Covering 500,000 acres, Bullo River Station was one of the first cattle stations established in the East Kimberley region. The property, which is in a remote part of the Northern Territory, is home to 9000 Brahman-cross cattle, plus local and introduced species such as wallabies, dingoes, buffalo and crocodiles. Accommodation options include 12 air-conditioned rooms or two private huts overlooking a nearby lagoon. Station activities range from mustering cattle, 4WD safaris, horse riding and helicopter tours. Overnight camping in huts, with a helicopter drop off, is also available. Immortalised in the books of Sara Henderson, Bullo is without doubt one of Australia’s most remarkable, authentic and inspiring travel destinations.
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