Situated on the edge of the remote East Kimberley near the WA and Northern Territory border, Bullo River is a 500,000 acre working cattle station offering outback hospitality and unique immersive experiences for guests.
Situated on the edge of the remote East Kimberley near the WA and Northern Territory border, Bullo River is a 500,000 acre working cattle station offering outback hospitality and unique immersive experiences for guests. Guided activities and all food, wine and spirits are included in this luxury outback stay.
Experiences on offer include horse-back riding, cattle station activities including trying your hand at mustering (seasonal), hiking, cruising the Bullo River under the red rock gorge walls, fishing, and viewing unique Aboriginal rock art hidden on the property.
All meals and beverages including spirits; guided activities; a short scenic helicopter flight is also included with your stay
Access from Kununurra airport; the Station is 200 km from Kununurra. Ground and air transfers can be arranged. Fly to Kununurra direct from Perth, Broome or Darwin.
All homestead guest rooms are the same, but add an overnight campout at the lakeview hut for complete outback seclusion (you’ll be dropped there by helicopter)
Best Nearby Walk
Add a visit to El Questro to your trip and experience one of the gorge walks. El Questro gorge and Emma Gorge are favourite walks.
Best Nearby Park
El Questro Wilderness Park isn’t a national park but it’s incredible and only a little over an hour from Kununurra
Best Food & Wine Experience
Fireside dining at night with views of the outback sky
Best Place for Relaxation
The homestead pool
March and April are the end of the northern wet season; May-October is the northern dry season
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Frequently asked questions
What is the weather like in the Northern Territory?
The average maximum temperature and rainfall by month in Darwin and the NT Top End are detailed below. The Mary River wetlands and Kakadu National Park are 2-3 hours’ drive from Darwin and experience similar weather patterns.
When is the best time to visit the Kimberley?
The Kimberley region of WA offers one for the most dramatic landscape in the whole country. Following the indigenous seasons, the best time to visit the Kimberley is anytime other than the Lanja (build-up) and Man-gala (monsoon) between November and March.