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Trilby Station is a 320,000 acre working sheep/goat station on the banks of the Darling River in outback NSW. Situated 125 km from Bourke, 160 km from Cobar, 200 km from Wilcannia and 400 KM from Broken Hill on the popular Darling River Run tourist route. We offer 2 x fully Self Contained two bedroom cottages by the pool (the larger Overseer's cottage has a large fully enclosed yard while the Jillaroo's cottage backs onto the homestead garden), a 9 bedroom Shearer's Bunkhouse (twin rooms), 5 powered van sites and secluded river campsites. All accommodation is heated and air-conditioned and meals are available by prior arrangement. Activities include station Mud Map drives with detailed trip notes for self exploration, seasonal station activities, canoeing, fishing, yabbying, bushwalking, bird-watching, campfires and conference facilities/catering with a difference. Telstra Next G mobile phone coverage and pet friendly (pets must be on a lead at all times and male dogs desexed).
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Wilcannia-Bourke Road, West Side of River 25 Km From Louth, Bourke, New South Wales 2840 Australia
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Cunnamulla Airport303 km
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Our second visit and still won't be our last. The dust, the corrugations and dry conditions shouldn't stop you from experiencing this wonderful station. Twice now we have watched the shearing of the rams, although stock was down this year because of the drought, it is still
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Stayed here in the jillaroo cabin which was pet friendly and had all we needed. Drove the stations 4WD tracks and saw the different landscapes and the dryness of drought and how the Station is coping and trying different ways of living off the land.
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We stayed on Trilby Station a few weeks ago. Enjoyed our drive on the red dirt roads to get there seeing kangaroos, emus and quite a few goats. We decided to camp by the river and spent a lovely two nights watching birds, kangaroos and yes - more goats. We thoroughly enjoyed
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If you are looking for an insight into how to survive back of Bourke this is the place. Roads are dirt and corrugated with bulldust ++ but our Xtrail handled it easily. Accommodation is either camping, shearers quarters or more upmarket rooms. We stayed in the shearers and the
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Split our stay between powered site near Shearers bunkhouse and unpowered site on Darling River. Welcoming owner Liz presented us on arrival with detailed booklet on the history of the station owners the Murray family and a comprehensive insight into station operations. Most
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Gorgeous sunrise on Trilby Station.
Gorgeous sunrise on Trilby Station.
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Yes Erin, we're pet friendly... but just ask that you bring a lead for your pet in case they're inclined to chase the kangaroos, sheep, goats etc. cheers,Liz
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Sorry for the slow reply.... only just noticed your question! Yes, we do allow pets but require them to be a lead at all times. And unfortunately we don't consider 'pig dog' types as pets ( though their owners may.) Cheers now,LIz
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"Can't beat the river campsites."
"We stayed in the Overseers Cottage"
"Time of year is important to consider. Very hot in mid-summer. Early April was great weather. Roads often impassable after rain."
"the cabin next to the bunkhouse"
"Phone ahead to book your site."
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AustraliaNew South WalesBourke
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