Mt Elizabeth Station has a long history and is one of the oldest working cattle stations in the Kimberley. First established in 1945, Mt Elizabeth is rich in history with the Lacy family playing a major role in placing the station on the Kimberley map.

The station is situated roughly half way between Kununurra and Derby, on the Gibb River Road in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The size of the property is approximately 500,000 acres and encompasses rivers, gorges, waterfalls, sacred aboriginal sites including rock art, wildlife corridors, 6,000+ head of cattle and a huge variety of native flora and fauna.

Mt Elizabeth Station is family run, currently managed by Luke and Emma Bennett. They share the homestead with their three beautiful children and have been managing the property since April 2018. With Luke's background in cattle work and Emma's tourism experience, they are perfectly matched to the property and are currently making improvements to and refurbishing the station, it's roads, accommodation, grounds and amenities.

Whilst rearing cattle is the mainstay and primary reason for the existence of Mt Elizabeth Station, tourism is welcomed and provides a unique experience to all our visitors. With camping, dinner, bed and breakfast options available, the station caters for all budgets and time-frames.