Go on safari in a working cattle station, following your guide through dry river beds and along rugged bush tracks in the East MacDonnell Ranges.
Come and experience the workings of the oldest working cattle station in the Northern Territory, providing sensational views of the East MacDonnell Ranges and the outback landscape.
Travel in our very comfortable four wheel drive where we provide a more detailed explanation of the property. Morning / afternoon tea supplied.
Visit our main cattle yards, a vineyard in the desert and various points of interest along the way before stopping to boil the billy and have a yarn over a cup of tea in the dry Todd River bed.
Morning / afternoon tea provided.
The pastoral Lease of Undoolya Station was first granted in 1873.
The property was bought by William Hayes in 1907 and the 5th generation of his direct descendants continue to run the working cattle station. The Garden Station is also owned and operated by the Hayes family with a total area of 3500sq km to explore.