‘I’m still blown away by the Aboriginal rock art. Down a narrow passage in the cliffs, an epic gallery of Aboriginal rock art opens up in front of you.’ Daniel Cooper, Station Manager
Numerous Aboriginal rock art sites have been found hidden in the station’s rugged red cliffs and ridge lines. They are thought to be the work from the Ngarinman people who lived on and managed the land before white people came. We are still learning the cultural significance of these vivid depictions.
The galleries are only accessible by guided tour in an all-terrain vehicle or helicopter.
There are times when walking is the only way to become one with nature.LEARN MORE
Bound by the Victoria and Bullo rivers, with abundant waterholes, billabongs and seasonal creeks, Bullo River Station is teeming with wildlife.LEARN MORE
The talent of the Ngarinman ancestors is captured with art sites across the station’s vast landscape.LEARN MORE
Fishing is a favourite past time at Bullo, and fresh fish on the table is always a welcomed sight.LEARN MORE