Diggers Rest Station is a cattle station operating over 20,000 acres in the iconic East Kimberley region of Australia’s North West. We offer horse riding tours, station stay accommodation and bush camping.
The majestic Cockburn Ranges to the West and the Erskine Ranges to the East provide a stunning backdrop to the station, and Diggers Rest Station was one of the locations used in the filming of Baz Luhrmann’s Australia.
From the Gibb River Road, take the 4WD only Karunjie Track from the Pentecost River Crossing.
You can self-cater or join us at the Homestead for meals.
- Breakfast: $22/person
- Lunch: $20/person
- Dinner: $33/person
- Light Meals: $15/person
Each Bunkhouse room can sleep up to five guests, and linen is provided. Homestead Bunkhouse rooms are air-conditioned, with shared amenities.
Guests in the Bunkhouse can relax in hammocks and lounge chairs on the shady verandas.
Bunkhouse units sleep up to 5 people.
Wake up in a bush hut, with a stunning sunrise view of the Cockburn Ranges.
Sleep in double beds made up with comfortable linen and shower under the stars in the bush style en-suites.
Homestead Bush Huts sleep 2 people.
Choose from our two camping areas:
Homestead Camp Ground: camp by the Homestead where we provide all camping facilities.
King River Camp Ground: Bush Camping down by the King River for stunning river views.