800 kilometres from Darwin, you’re in another world.
We are custodians of a truly special place that captures the spirit of Australia. We are committed to telling its story and enabling guests to share this experience.
Choose a day filled with dust, sweat and the exhilaration of station life. Or spend the day exploring stunning landscapes, waterfalls, swimming in remote waterholes, barramundi fishing and discovering Aboriginal rock art and wildlife.
With minimal light pollution, see the Milky Way and its millions of stars like you've never seen them before. Torches are not required, let the illumination from the clear night sky lead the way.
A bird watcher's paradise, Bullo River Station is home to around 200 bird species. Cool mornings and evenings are the best time to spot birds and animals native to the station.
Don’t worry about packing the rod, we have plenty and we’re happy to get you out to some great fishing spots.
We operate a catch-and-release policy but the challenge is always the fun with Barramundi.
The breathtaking scenery is on a scale difficult to comprehend and is truly bought to life from the air. Arriving at Bullo via charter aeroplane provides a stunning panorama that sets up your visit in the most memorable way.
A private charter plane to our homestead airstrip provides the best access from Darwin (90 minutes) or Kununurra (30 minutes).
Helicopter transfers to our homestead airstrip from Darwin (120 minutes) or Kununurra (40 minutes) can also be arranged.
If self-driving through the region, the station is accessed from the Victoria Highway. The road is 4WD only, contains several gates that must be opened and closed by you, and the roads are not passable at some times of the year – it does pay to be prepared.
Joe & Catherine, Station Managers