WHERE IS IT?

East Kimberley,WA. 120km west of Kununurra, off the Gibb River Rd. Access by 4WD or light aircraft. Open: April 1-October 31.

WHAT MAKES IT SO SPECIAL? 

Owned by the Indigenous Land Corporation, the 3.5-million-acre station exposes visitors to Indigenous culture and theKimberley’s great cattle history. There’s horse riding, barramundi fishing, bush-tucker tours and sunset cocktails overlooking theCockburnRanges. A mini cattle muster sees guests work alongside HVS jackaroos. There’s a corrugated tin Bar & Grill, a campfire for storytelling and a shady lagoon pool to wash off the red dust.

RATES: 

Campsites cost $16 per adult, $5 per child per night. Safari-style Eco Tents cost $190 per night and have new shared bathroom facilities. Guesthouse rooms with ensuites are $250 per night. Creek-side air-conditionedGrassCastlecabins cost $450 per night.

THE DETAILS: 

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