Iconic outback property, Bullo River Station, is the 500,000 acre home of Marlee Ranacher, daughter of pioneering parents Charles & Sara Henderson, who established Bullo River in the 1950's. Marlee and husband Franz, with the noisy assistance of their two sons Ben & Franzie, have continued a family tradition of welcoming discerning guests from around the world offering a comfortable and fully hosted farm stay for those seeking the quintessential outback experience.
Located 800 kilometres south-west of Darwin near the Western Australian border, this massive property of 500,000 acres, offers a comfortable and fully-hosted farm stay experience.
Fully-hosted means daily interaction with the family, and the colourful collection of workers who will tailor a range of activities to suit your interests.
And there are a vast range of activities on offer, including fishing, spotting crocodiles, viewing local Aboriginal rock art, cruising the Bullo River Gorge, enjoying an exhilarating helicopter flight of the property, or you can just sit back and take in the stunning landscape surrounds and the hundreds of bird species that inhabit this area.
Or you might like to try cattle mustering or horse riding, depending on your riding ability, and on the station’s mustering schedule.
Bullo River Station
Address: via Timber Creek, Timber Creek, Northern Territory 0852