For outback history, genuine outback hospitality and a landscape full of amazing plants and animals – Yeeda Station is just a short drive off the Great Northern Highway.
A working cattle station in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia, located 160kms east of Broome, Yeeda encompasses the Fitzroy River mouth and vast coastal floodplains.
The Yeeda floodplains are a convergence of several stock routes where cattle from the inland Kimberley were staged and either travelled south on the De Grey stock route or north into the Derby meatworks. Yeeda’s history is filled with stories of hardship due to floods, droughts and isolation.
See accommodation options here and tours below.
*Departure dates in 2020*
A Kimberley outback adventure like no other with Yeeda Pastoral Company. Our 10-day luxury guided tours from Broome to Kununurra are an invitation to see the Kimberley and explore life on working cattle stations – mustering, branding, helicopter flights, bull buggy rides, barra fishing, campfires, Kimberley characters and a taste of life in the outback.
All inclusive of accommodation, meals, helicopter flights, transport (except airfares), experienced tour guides.