- 4WD quad adventure
- Detailed safety briefing and riding instructions
- Chance to spot cattle, camels, horses and maybe even kangaroos or dingos
- Amazing sunset views
Why do we love this
Exploring a working cattle station is a great way to see what daily life is like for farmers in the NT. And getting around the station by quad is so fun!
WHAT TO EXPECT
Kings Creek Station is a working cattle station in Petermann, Northern Territory. It has been in operation since 1981 and features over 36 kilometres of rolling red dunes and desert oaks.
On this quad safari, you will have the chance to drive your very own four-wheeled motorbike through the station and witness the beautiful scenery along the way. At your own pace, ride through the hills and valleys, looking out for cows, horses and camels. If you're lucky, you may also spot a kangaroo or even a dingo!
If you have no prior 4WD experience, don't worry. All tours begin with an in-depth briefing to ensure you are comfortable behind the wheel. Additionally, an experienced guide will be with you throughout the tour.
As you ride around the station grounds, your guide will provide some information on how the cattle station operates and what life is like for those who live and work there. Come evening, you will have the chance to witness incredible views of the station at sunset as it takes on a deep red hue.
Quad Adventures are available as both 1-hour and 2.5-hour tours. The former is preferable if you have limited time, and the latter is suggested if you want to take your time exploring and learning about Kings Creek Cattle Station.