Cullendore is in the heart of granite country where unique borders sit quietly weathering away. This is a secluded station where you travel nearly 3 km from the front gate just to office, and then some to the many camp grounds around the property. To welcome you when you arrive, Stuart, Wendy and their son Matt go all out in typical country style to show you around, help in any way and answer any questions. Matt does a great job suppling firewood if you need some and will even deliver it to your campsite. A property map with named tracks and an information sheet is provided when you book and gives you all the relevant information.
Cullendore is a 4000 acre working cattle station, yet the owners have set aside nearly half for outdoor activities from camping, mountain bike riding, canoeing, bushwalking and has nearly 20 km of 4wd tracks located on the property. Now don’t come here expecting twin diff locked kind of tracks as this isn’t a 4wd park. The trails here are only to explore this expansive property.
Some tracks you will need to engage 4wd so you don’t do any damage, wether it be heading down to the Maryland River for a swim or heading out to the Lookout for the most stunning views into the distance. The owners have spent the past three years getting this property up and running with pristine campsites in several locations, installing flushing toilets and hot showers and with the popularity of this hidden gem they are soon opening more secluded camps with facilities.