Dungowan Station is a pastoral lease that operates as a cattle station in the Northern Territory.
Situated approximately 511 kilometres (318 mi) south of Darwin.
The property occupies an area of 4,370 square kilometres (1,687 sq mi) and is currently owned by the Consolidated Pastoral Company. The station is run in conjunction with Newcastle Waters Station which is located 160 kilometres (99 mi) away. Over 13,000 head of cattle graze the property with approximately 5,000 claves being branded each year.
Approximately 4,000 square kilometres (1,544 sq mi) of pastoral country was burnt out by a fire that burnt for over a week. A large portion of Dungowan Station, most of Birrimba Station, some of Murranjai and a little of Killarney Station were burnt out.