Tourism Champion, Bungaree Station was established in 1841 by George Hawker as a sheep station. The property diversified to include tourism in 1985.
Over 32 years, the tourism offering has evolved and now includes self-contained accommodation, camping facilities, guided and self-guided tours and function facilities.
Around 6,000 visitors come to Bungaree Station each year and the business employs five full-time staff as well as casuals/contractors to meet demands during peak times.
Supporting its community, Bungaree Station spends around $200,000 each year in the region buying supplies, equipment and hardware and using local trades and services.
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Tourism Champions - Bungaree Station
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