Seven Emu Station is a working organic cattle station located on the Savannah Way in the Gulf of Carpentaria in the Northern Territory.
This magnificent outback property covers over 4300 square kilometres (1665 square miles), with 55km of exclusive coastline on the Gulf and 50km of frontage onto the Robinson and Calvert Rivers. The station contains part of the Pungalina-Seven Emu Australian Wilderness Conservancy sanctuary.
Phone: 08 8975 9904 or 08 8975 8307
Savannah Way’s newest attraction for the self-drive 4WD explorer!
Postal Address: PO Box 412 Borroloola NT 0854 Australia
Physical Location: Savannah Way
85km East Southeast of Borroloola Northern Territory
Disclaimer: Seven Emu Station is accessible by self-drive 4WD only. Seasonal conditions are unpredictable and can affect access to the station. Crossing the Robinson River is necessary to access the station, and water depth varies. Please call in advance for updates on conditions. An indemnity form must be signed on arrival to the station. Whilst all care is taken during your stay no responsibility is taken for personal injury, loss or damage of goods and/or property. Seven Emu Station has no air strip and is over 100km from the nearest medical centre. Seven Emu Station clients should be relatively self sufficient.