You can experience the remote wilderness in style and comfort with this 5 night luxury itinerary that takes you to two secluded locations in the Top End.
Depart Darwin accommodation on charter flight to Bullo River Station.
Bullo River Station is situated on 500,000 acres in the remote outback of the Northern Territory in what is referred to as the East Kimberley region, on a busy working cattle station. This is a Top End cattle station (ranch) from the classic mould. Half a million acres of grassy plains with Brahman-cross cattle and many more wallabies, brown rivers where crocodiles lurk on the muddy banks, rugged hills inscribed with Aboriginal rock art, gushing streams and crystal clear swimming holes, termite mounds, boab trees, stock horses, wild buffalo, and a few great yarns to tell. Guests have the opportunity to enjoy endless activities at Bullo River.
A 4WD safari on the property offers the opportunity to explore the vast and beautiful landscape of the area and showcases the abundance of wildlife, flora and Aboriginal art sites while taking in the spectacular scenery.
Visit Aboriginal rock art sites and discover more about this ancient culture with one of our guides. The station is home to a number of galleries of dramatic Aboriginal rock art, and each year, Franz and Marlee uncover more sites. Combine this with a river cruise up the spectacular Bullo River Gorge to fish or spot crocodiles, or simply take in the pristine landscape that is northern Australia.
The view of Bullo's vastness from a chopper is truly breathtaking and comes highly recommended. There are several large freshwater swimming holes and waterfalls high up in the escarpment away from the crocodiles which can only be accessed by helicopter and whilst it is an additional cost, this is a wonderful way to explore parts of the property that are inaccessible by any other means.