Kendall River Station is located north west of Cairns and south of Weipa in Cape York, far north Queensland, Australia. It is a 9 hour, 680 kilometre drive (approximately) from Cairns with half of that being on dirt roads, or the mail plane lands on our doorstep, from Cairns, every Tuesday.
Arguably one of the most remote hunting destinations in Australia, Kendall River Station runs 800,000 acres. We are where the road ends. It is dissected by four major water courses, the Archer River, Running Creek, Kendall River and the Holroyd River.
It has a bounty of other significant water courses, swamps and creeks, including Sinclair Creek, Williams Creek and the Kirke River.
There are tremendous numbers of pigs, big boars and plenty of fish (Barramundi, Saratoga, Sooty Grunter, Tarpon) along with the usual army of Dingoes, Brumbies, Scrub Bulls typical for this part of the world.
We do have both freshwater and saltwater crocodiles in our water ways.
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