Located near the historic township of Pine Creek, on the Stuart Highway between Katherine and Darwin, Bonrook Resort is a unique venture in a unique setting.
Back in the eighties, Bonrook had been nothing but an abandoned cattle station for years - until 1989, when the Swiss based Franz Weber Foundation, an international non profit humane organisation for the protection of nature and wildlife, purchased the property and turned it into a sanctuary for the persecuted Australian brumby and a natural reserve for native wildlife.
Franz Weber Territory soon became a place of attraction for nature and animal lovers who came to watch the magnificent wild horses running free in peace and safety - and discovered great, untouched spaces and a native fauna of surprising variety and abundance as well.
Bonrook Resort was built near the old homestead on Bonrook Creek and blossomed into a patch of paradise. Today it welcomes visitors, passing tourists and staying guests the year round not only from Australia but from all over the world.
Three attractive guest houses set in beautiful landscaped gardens Air conditioned rooms with their private bathroom and veranda All day restaurant and licensed bar Two swimming pools and large recreation area Excellent cuisine
Horses and riding Secure, steady saddle horses for trail riding on the ranch Limitless range of tracks for quiet and/or exciting trail riding within the sanctuary Guests (experienced riders) can get involved with the activities of an outback horse station
Riding lessons for beginners.
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