‘You know you’re in the Territory when you see a few huge 5m crocs basking on the riverbank enjoying the sun!’, Daniel Cooper, Station Manager.
Birds, wallabies, crocodiles, goannas and other reptiles are native to the station. The cool mornings and evenings are the best time to see the wildlife as they congregate on the water’s edge.
The station is a bird watchers paradise with around 180 resident and migratory bird species spotted on the property. Emus, magpie geese, whistling ducks, wedge-tailed eagles, red wing parrots, brolgas and the elegantly long-legged jabiru to name a few.
One of the world’s two known populations of the pygmy crocodile is found on the Bullo River. This elusive reptile is a rare but delightful sight.
Drop a line over as you quietly cruise up the BulloLEARN MORE
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 Miriuwung-Gajerrong 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