Bramwell Station is the most northerly cattle station in Australia and offers a wide variety of services to the Cape York Peninsula. Located 2 hours North of Weipa or Archer River and 4 hours South of The Tip, the station is a well known and well-loved stop for visitors to the Cape these last 40 years – but it is also famous for its location – the start of the famous four-wheel-driving challenge, the Old Telegraph Line track, fondly known as the OTL.  Rough dirt road conditions have been foremost the reason the far northern Cape has been regarded as isolated and remote, but since 2002, road construction works have vastly improved conditions and modern 4wd vehicles travel the main route up the Cape, the Peninsula Development Road and then the Bamaga Road with comparative ease – and then they can chose the OTL, Frenchman’s and other 4wd skill and adventuring track favourites.