Burradoo Ranch

bunkhouseBurradoo was the name of the 5.5 meter yacht that Bill Mytton’s Australian dad, Deveraux, and his two team mates raced in Port Phillip Bay to a bronze medal in the 1956 Olympics held in Melbourne, Australia.

Burradoo is an Aboriginal word meaning “go with the wind” and in 1993 when Bill and Janice purchased their Montana property, it was immediately named the Burradoo Ranch.

yacht1They have since developed the Burradoo Ranch into a first class ranching operation based in the foothills of the Absaroka/Beartooth Wilderness, an area which contains some of the most beautiful scenery in the state of Montana.

In addition to scenery, it is home to wolves, grizzly and black bear, mountain lion and many other predators that keep an eye on wildlife and livestock found along this range.

View our photo slideshow to see more of Burradoo Ranch and the working Kelpies.


Bill’s and the Kelpies brief brush with the advertising world:

Beartooth Butters Ad final

Photo Courtesy of Colleen Kilbane Photography