Billabong Creek Cottage
Billabong Creek Cottage is located alongside the longest creek in Australia, in Wanganella.
The cottage can sleep up to eight people and is available for short or long-term stays.
Featuring three bedrooms, one bathroom and a spacious living area the Billabong Creek Cottage has everything you need for a relaxing stay.
The outdoor meat house features a modern barbecue and oven where you can treat yourself to a delicious home cooked meal.
Wanganella is probably most famous as the birthplace of the hardy Peppin merino sheep breed; a hardy, large sheep that was built for Australia’s climate and conditions. The Peppin merino is now the most common breed in Australia, and a bronze statue at the front gates of Wanganella Station, just south of the village, commemorates its importance.
Adventurous types can explore the region’s tracks and waterways – either on foot or bike – and maybe even find a secluded spot to cast a line and catch a fish or two or drop your boat in using the private ramp at the cottage. As well as fish, this spot is home to several striking bird species; it’s great for all lovers of nature and the great outdoors.