In earlier years, outback hospitality was a lifeline for travellers, who would break a journey en route, stopping for several days or more to recover from an arduous journey. Travellers would get to know families and workers during their visit before finally picking up their journey again. The travellers would tell the tales of their visit and those homes would become legendary.
With this spirit of outback hospitality, we invite guests to Bullo to experience life on a working cattle station.
Generous and comfortable rooms, tasty, wholesome meals and a cold drink at the end of the day will revive guests who have spent the day enjoying the station’s many activities.
Breakfast is usually served outside on the homestead verandah. Lunch can often be a picnic basket filled with fresh goodies just perfect to enjoy by waterholes, billabongs or under the shade of a magnificent boab tree. Dinner is best enjoyed under the stars, in the light of a campfire with new friends. Barramundi and prime organic beef from the surrounding pastures dominate the evening menu. We can cater for your dietary requirements.