Watch brumbies go from wild to trainable in one week.

Go on an Australian Safari and see horses, birds, dingoes and other animals in the wild.

Take part in guided hikes of Kings Canyon, Watarrka National Park.

Learn more through a unique Indigenous Immersion.

27th – 31st August

A week of adventure and learning more about the world’s wild and feral horses, Australian  brumbies, and the lands they inhabit.

Brumby Events

  • Brumby gentling and training demonstrations
  • 4wd brumby observational tours in the Brumby Runner
  • Photography and observations of brumbies by the waterhole
 

Lectures & Workshops

  • The behaviour of brumbies
  • History of the early explorers and the horses that became brumbies
  • Population control of brumbies
  • Learn about the Kaimanawa horses and Mustangs from our international speakers
  • And more!

 

 

Fun & Entertainment

  • Bush poetry around the drovers campfire
  • The Kings Creek Station story with Ian Conway
  • Karrke Indigenous immersion featuring dot painting, spears and bush foods
  • Guided exploration of Kings Canyon & Watarrka National Park

 

ABC News coverage in 2017…

Check out what happened last year in this video from the ABC!

In 2018, we're going bigger and better.

2018 Program & Speakers to be Announced Soon

But here are some of the incredible people who presented last year!
  • Dr Kristin Brabender, Przewalski’s horse specialist
  • Dr David Berman, feral horse and animal specialist (NT + QLD)
  • Dr Brian Hampson, Australian brumby researcher & trainer
  • Prof Chris Pollitt, Australian brumby researcher, hoof specialist & documentary-maker
  • Jill Pickering, Victorian Brumby Alliance
  • Anna Uhrig, undergraduate brumby researcher and trainer
  • And more!

Location

Brumby Week is held at Kings Creek Station, 5.5 hours from Alice Springs and 3.5 hours from Uluru in Central Australia.

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