Millamolong Station - Blayney

Polo carnival from the air Millamolong station

Millamolong was originally settled around 1836. For centuries, the land has been part of Australian folklore - timeless Aboriginal heritage, the gold rush, wool boom, and secrets from the beautiful Belubula River, all etch Millamolong's past.

In ancient times, their river was known for its great healing powers. People would travel many miles to drink from it believing it would heal them. Millamolong literally means 'Sick Mans Creek', and it is now known that it is the rich calcium, magnesium, and other diluted minerals which make this river unique.

The property comprises 4050 hectares with 28 hectares of vineyard, with the remaining acres feeding their cattle, sheep and horses. Their water, together with the rolling hills and deep gullies, ensure their grapes develop depth of character and the horses learn to be strong and sure footed for the polo field and their trail riders.

For more information: www.millamolong.com.au