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Hale River Homestead

Rated 5 out of 5
"Welcome to Hale River Homestead! Having worked on cattle stations for many years we decided a change of pace was in order. Hale River felt like the perfect fit for our family and we have loved discovering all it has to offer. We have made a few modifications and updates along the way but we were keen to keep the essence of old country Territory life. When you visit here, you visit somewhere steeped in history. We look forward to welcoming you to our home and sharing with you our knowledge of the bush. With a range of accommodation options, spectacular scenery, and a real slice of Territory history, we look forward to seeing you here soon!"

Kings Creek Station

Kings Creek Station is a working cattle/camel station with facilities for camping, accommodation and an opportunity to experience the outback either by quad (4 wheel motorbike) or helicopter. The station is the largest exporter of wild camels in Australia and sells camels for live export, live domestic sales and meat. Basic supplies, meals and drinks can be bought at the station shop. You could even try one of our famous Kings Creek camel burgers.

Lorella Springs

"Lorella Springs Wilderness Park is a huge 4,000-square kilometres (one-million acre) Outback Australia cattle station surrounded by the Limmen National Park, Aboriginal land, and many kilometres of pristine Northern Territory Gulf of Carpentaria coastline, rivers and waterways. From diverse, open savannah, to coastal floodplains, salt flats and mangroves, or escarpment and dense forest, Lorella is abundant with bird and animal wildlife. Historical sites, Aboriginal culture, caves, chasms, gorges and the spectacular, famous Lost City rock formations are just some of the features to make Lorella a destination in itself."

Mt Bundy Station

"Set on the banks of the Adelaide River famous for its crocodiles, just over an hour's drive from Darwin in the Northern Territory, Historic Mount Bundy Station (est 1911) is a working cattle property in the famous ""Top End"" of Australia with accommodation options for singles, couples, families, conference groups and campers while providing a unique station (farm) stay experience. Unwind in the pool, try your hand at catching the elusive Barramundi, interact with the animals or just soak up the tranquil surroundings. In the Dry season (April to Nov), embark on a tour of the property and wild life at sunset. Located en-route and nearby to Kakadu National Park, Litchfield National Park, Douglas Daly (Tjuwaliyn) Hot Springs, Daly River and Nitmiluk at Katherine, to name just a few, makes us an ideal place to set up base and explore the area."

Old Andado Station

"About Old Andado Station Molly Clark the pioneer of Old Andado Station passed away in late 2012 and passed her legacy onto her 5 Grandchildren. In 2013 the Old Andado Charitable Trust was formed with the goal of maintaining, restoring and bringing to life this amazing place and piece of Australia’s history. A crucial part of the survival of Old Andado for another 90 years is the role volunteer caretakers play in maintaining the homestead and it surroundings and providing a friendly face for the over 700 people who pass through and stop at Old Andado each year. We cant get by with out the amazing people who give up their time to experience life at Old Andado"

Seven Emu Station

"The ultimate self-drive wilderness adventure on a genuine Australian outback cattle station. On the coastal waters of the Gulf of Carpentaria, a getaway to Seven Emu Station holds something unique for everyone from tourists, campers, environmentalists, birdwatchers, fishermen and four-wheel-drive explorers. Your self-drive holiday adventure can include camping, boating, fishing, nature-watching, and Aboriginal culture and heritage as a guest of the Shadforth family on this real-deal cattle station in the outback of the Northern Territory."


Located 140km NE of Alice Springs on the sealed section of the Plenty Highway, Gemtree is a welcome port of call for young and old. Aaron and Kate McMaster’s sons are fifth generation Plenty Highway kids. Come and meet the family and enjoy an extensive range of activities and attractions, including the award-winning Campoven Kitchen. Cabins, On-site Vans and Caravan Park Accommodation available
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