Things to do
Kilcowera Station - a stunning contrast of mulga rangelands and ephemeral wetlands brimming with birdlife and other wildlife in South West Queensland.
Visitors have the opportunity to view the many different ecosystems within our boundaries and to learn about our unique flora and fauna. Kilcowera is a bird-watchers' paradise with over 180 species found on the property. Many of the outbacks' other iconic animals are also easily seen where ever you look, including red kangaroos and eastern greys, emus, lizards and echidnas.
The vegetation is equally diverse, many of the shrubs and trees have been identified and signage attached to them so visitors can gain an appreciation of the many different varieties growing in the outback.
Yabbying, canoeing and swimming in the lagoon, dams or waterholes is a popular activity in the right season.
Take the opportunity to brush up on your photography skills or go birdwatching, bushwalking or cycling, try some camp oven cooking and maybe watch some seasonal station activities during your stay. It's hard to beat relaxing by your private campfire and watching the outback night sky.
Kilcowera is ideally situated for day trips to the nearby village of Hungerford, Currawinya National Park and Thargomindah, the headquarters of the Bulloo Shire. Other nearby attractions include Bindegolly NP, opal mines at Yowah and Black Gate and the villages of Eulo, Toompine and Noccundra.