The Murrays of Trilby Station has called the banks of the Darling River near Louth in Outback NSW home for seven generations, grazing merino sheep since 1860. An authentic family-run property of 320,000 acres, they offer guests a unique outback experience and a glimpse into their way of life not often accessible to outsiders.
Once a part of historic Dunlop - the first-ever station to complete a mechanical shearing in 1888, you can now visit nearby Dunlop for a tour of the original 1880's stone homestead, the store and the shearing shed, just a short 10-minute drive away.
Trilby features abundant wildlife, nature trails, bird watching, fishing, yabbying, canoeing and excellent mud maps for self-exploration of the station. Visit their open-air museum of early settler's farm machinery, steam engines and just enjoy pottering around this vast station.
Comfortable accommodation is offered in the fully renovated Stockman's Cottages and the new Shearer's Bunkhouse, and delicious country-style meals are available on request. Trilby also offers powered caravan sites and secluded river campsites. Your friendly hosts and the picturesque Australian landscape make this a unique experience.
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