As seen on the BBC's 'Lives in the Wild', Roy's Retreat is one of the awe-inspiring spots we visit on Beyond Argyle!


As well as keeping alive the memory of Roy Walker, Argyle Station's last stockman, it is also the only soft release rehabilitation centre for wallabies in the Kimberley!


The majestic amphitheatre that is now Roy's resting place must be seen to be believed. Witness true outback living - from cooking in the sun oven to timeless bush poetry once written on Argyle Station, this is an experience you will never forget. Also enjoy Roy's artifact-packed Stockman's Museum - full of never-before-seen relics, acquired during his time on the Durack's Argyle Station.

This is a statement from the passionate Barbara Walker who lives at Roy's Retreat:


"To release wildlife back into the wild, it is important for us to have a safe and controlled place. Roy’s Retreat is just ideal for that. As the land within the leased area hasn’t been burnt for several years, we have an abundance of native animals living in this area."

Barbara has a passion for rehabilitating wildlife and being situated on the beautiful Lake Argyle Spillway Creek has the perfect environment to do so. If you find a joey, please contact Roy’s Retreat at


Roy's Retreat also has a charitable status and donations are great appreciated.

Don't miss out on Roy's Retreat - Join us on Beyond Argyle today!

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