Kellys Ranch

Agri, Mining and Industry

Saddle up and experience outback Australia on horseback. At Kelly’s Ranch you can ride the Barkly Tablelands around Tennant Creek under the guidance of traditional Aboriginal owner and horseman Jerry Kelly.

At Kelly’s you can book for a riding lesson 1-hour or join a scenic or an iconic two and a half hour bush tucker trail ride. No experience is needed – there’s a suitable steed for all ages and levels of riding experience. The ranch staff is experienced and will make sure that you have a memorable day in the saddle.

Groups have the option of booking a billy tea and damper visit with Jerry who will share stories about the life of a stockman and hunting bush tucker over a cup of billy tea and damper made on the campfire.

Jerry Kelly is a local (Warumungu) Aboriginal and founder and operator of Kelly’s Ranch. An experienced stockman and a traditional Aboriginal owner from the region, Jerry is famous for his yarns about traditional life.

Facilities

Australian Tourism Accreditation Barbeque Carpark Coach Parking Disabled access available Horse Riding Picnic Area Public Toilet Respecting Our Culture Indigenous Accreditation Program

Rates

Free Entry

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