Carinya is a 6600ac farm catering for the self contained camper & those who want to experience our style of station life 1st hand.
We run Merino & Merino X sheep for wool production & trade lamb sales along with dry land cropping a free range egg business, pigs, cattle & horses working dogs & more recently have ventured into feral goats.
The time of year, family commitments & the weather will determine whats going on at the station for you to experience.
We are not your ordinary farm stay. We encourage our guests to be involved. We expect you to be friendly, participate, have a interest in farming & how we work. If you have a trade we'll let your tyres down & you can stay forever!
All guests are required to attend a farm tour at 9AM on your 1st morning, this covers safety, animal husbandry and provides an opportunity to answer questions.
Thursday night we have a communal dinner by the campfire, we encourage you to be involved & bring a share dinner.
Come to Carinya for the experience, a good time & to make friends - Don't come here because we're cheaper than staying in town.
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"If you are looking for a quite convenient spot on the Darling River to park your caravan/campervan or four wheel drive for overnight or as long as you like, call in and check out our great camp sites.
Our camp sites have shared toilet and shower facilities. Relax and experience the quiet and restful solitude of the Darling River. "
"Lorne Station is situated on 10,000 acres, just minutes from the town of Lightning Ridge in outback New South Wales, Australia. Lightning Ridge is famous for mining Australia’s national gemstone, the black opal. The caravan park offers a variety of accommodation to suit your budget and needs. We offer powered and unpowered sites for camping and caravans, cosy bunkhouses and also cabins to suit larger groups or families.
Lorne Station Caravan Park can offer you true country hospitality and something a little different. There is plenty of wide open space at Lorne to explore on foot, whilst riding your bike or walking your dog. We are pet friendly and we appreciate you keeping your pets tethered.
Lorne Station is just 5 minutes from the centre of Lightning Ridge township and only 200 metres from the white mullock heaps of the opal fields. Lorne is one of the only working stations in the area that provides tourist accommodation. You can enjoy a true outback experience at this quiet and scenic holiday retreat."
Corynnia Station is a 17,000 acre, very busy working property and we have chosen to share our unique, historic and truly Australian part of the world with our guests.
We produce high quality Merino wool and meat from our flock of 11,000 and the irrigated cropping programme includes cotton, grains
and sheep fodder, using technologically advanced methods.
Our guests are invited to share our outback property with homestead garden oasis in stark contrast – pool, tennis court, pushbikes, camp fires, native fauna and flora, bush walking, farm tours, incredible 360 degree skies and 'sundowners' with your hosts, Bruce and Julie Armstrong around the campfire or on the homestead terrace.
Well maintained private airstrip for fly-in guests by prior arrangement.
Pet Friendly by prior arrangement.'
Accommodation for up to 24 guests.
Comeroo is available for an overnight stay or a month long experience, all with the bush hospitality Australia is famous for. Join Bruce & Chris Sharpe for a unique outback experience and even better bush tucker
Take a break… stay a while… we want you to experience what is our backyard. Recapture the spirit of wide, open spaces as you take a peek at our 320,000 acre station with a 'Mud Map' in your hand … throw a line in and fish for Cod or Yellow-belly … boil your yabbies on an open fire and eat them fresh … grab a Trilby Station bird list, enjoying walking tracks along the river and billabong while observing the 135 identified species on the station …. Walk with the wildlife …. Smell the bush … canoe the majestic Darling River and billabongs. You'll be glad you did.
"Historic Bindara Station is located on the banks on the Darling River in outback New South Wales.
The Station is ideally situated between the townships of Menindee and Pooncarie.
It is also conveniently located between Mungo, Kinchega and Mootwingee National Parks.
The beautiful and historic homestead, outbuildings, and cemetery are a living history that can explored firsthand.
The area abounds in birds and wildlife.
It is an idyllic location for a short stop over or longer break.
An important part of the station experience is to observe the day to day running of the property.
Guests are encouraged to share our lifestyle and gain a taste of the real outback."