Bullo River Station is a large cattle station (8,000 head of cattle) in the Northern Territory and was made famous by the books of Sara Henderson
as she told about life at Bullo with her American husband, Charlie and her three daughters. One of the daughters, Marlee Ranacher and her husband Franz and their two sons, Ben and Franzie, now own Bullo
and Marlee has written about Bullo in her first book called "Bullo: The Next Generation". We had the pleasure of visiting there in September of 2006 with Down Under Answers, a tour company in
Bellevue, WA and below are the photos of our time at Bullo. If you ever wanted to learn about life in the Outback and want a very unique Australian experience, then let us send you to Bullo!