Bullo River Station's 500,000 acres are encircled by the coffee colored waters of the Victoria River and rugged hills inscribed with Aboriginal rock art. This vast property is not only home to around 9,000 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 the omnipresent crocodile. The 'Boab' is Bullo's symbol and these proud trees dot the entire property lending their stature to what is already an impressive landscape.
For a visitor to Bullo River, this is not a choreographed experience, but one that changes according to the dictates of station life. There is no such thing as a typical day at Bullo, and the friendly and capable team will arrange all of your activities tailor-made each day to suit your wishes. For anyone who wants to learn some real Aussie bushcraft, from cracking a bullwhip to roping cattle aboard a bull catcher, the team at Bullo are the experts to show you. Barramundi fishing, cattle mustering and branding, horse riding and quad biking are all possible at the station, depending on the weather and what is going on at the time. That's not to say there aren't places to just read a book and take a leisurely swim in remote, beautiful waterholes and sandy beaches, most accessible only by helicopter.
Bullo River Station is located 800km from Darwin, in Timber Creek, Northern Territory.