Lined with beautiful, smooth-bark boab trees, the long, low stone homestead with its facade of five arches is cool and quiet even in the heat of the day. Guests are welcome to wander in, chat with the Bullo team, help themselves to a cold drink or just chill out in the living area – it’s a casual affair.
Guest accommodation, located only a few metres from the main homestead is a purpose built area consisting of 12 double/twin rooms off one central corridor, each with airconditioning and ensuite. The decor is simple – cool, tiled floors, indigenous art on the walls and no phones or televisions. All rooms are serviced daily and have sliding door access to the lawns surrounding the homestead.
Breakfasts are usually served outside on the homestead verandah, while lunch is often a picnic, enjoyed by peaceful billabongs or under the shade of a magnificent boab tree – the kitchen churns out fresh cakes and biscuits to fill picnic baskets for guests out and about on the property. Dinners are informal and the menu relies heavily on the two exceptional products of the property, namely fresh barramundi (hopefully one you have caught yourself) and organic prime beef from the surrounding pastures. We can cater for all dietary requirements, please just specify at the time of booking.
A Bullo River Station accommodation option is a pair of huts which are accessible either by helicopter or vehicle and sit along a sandstone ridgeline overlooking a lake where buffalo and cattle come to drink. Each hut has a queen size bed and ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet. Guests can sit on the decking with nothing to interrupt the cattle station views at sunset and they offer complete privacy.
We do not offer caravaning or camping facilities at the Station for safety purposes. Guests are welcome to travel in with their trailers or campervans, but guest accommodation is utilised.