Continuing the adventure along the 660km long, 4×4 only Gibb River Road, you will be pleased to visit Ellenbrae Station which is situated Ellenbrae Creek, a tributary of the Durack River. Over one million acres of land make up Ellenbrae Station.
TEA and SCONES
If you’re not going to camp, then you are welcome to drop in for tea and scones and have a wander around the station oasis. With beautiful gardens and charming hospitality, Ellenbrae is a must-visit stopover. Tourists are loving the Kimberley cattle station and homestead, and camping is permitted in two areas – Jackaroos Camp and Ringers Camp – with rustic amenities built from local supplies, and a wood heated ‘donkey’, to provide you with a great hot shower.
ELLENBRAE STATION CAMPING
The two waterholes – or billabongs – on the property allow for birdwatching, exploration, swimming and even try your hand at fresh water fishing. There is no need to book at Ellenbrae Station, simply turn up as there is plenty of room for all campers and tourists. The journey along the Gibb River Road is full of surprises; hospitality; natural wonders; and adventure. Plan well ahead and choose the winter months as the time to go exploring the Kimberley.