Situated on the banks of the Darling River in Outback NSW, near the village of Louth. Trilby Station offers visitors a chance to experience life on a working sheep and cattle station. Originally part of historic Dunlop - first ever to complete a mechanical shearing in 1888. Seasonal station activities, abundant wildlife, nature trails, 4WD tours, bird watching, fishing, yabbying, canoeing and excellent mud maps for self exploration of the station. Visit our 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 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 ...read more
This is one of the best station stays on the Darling River, though we also enjoyed others like Bindara on the Darling (south of Pooncarie) and Nelia Gaari between Menindee and Wilcannia. Passed another couple of signs too, Kallara near Tilpa and Idalia not far from Trilby, though it said closed temporarily so it seems they are a popular place for travellersread more
It was great to have the opportunity to spend some time on a working station. We enjoyed one night on the river bank and another couple on power up near the homestead. We had fridge/freezer problems in the van and Liz helped us out with the use of the camp kitchen fridge, which gave us the chance to gets oursread more
What an oasis in the dry,drought stricken outback. The four of us stayed in the Overseer's Cottage for three nights last week and soaked up the Murray's outback way of life by chatting to Liz and taking their two mud map tours ( the guys were out fending about 100km away, gone before daylight and home after dark) ...which have terrificread more
Tried to book a camping site on the river....
Left 2 emails no reply, left numerous phone messages no reply.
When we went to the front gate there was a sign sayingread more