Situated on the banks of the Darling River in Outback NSW, Trilby Station offers 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, fishing, canoeing and excellent mud maps for self exploration of the station.
BBQ Facilities, Boat Ramp, Camp Kitchen, Car park, Vehicle wash facilities, Communal Kitchen, Communal Refrigerator, Conference/Convention Facilities, Cots Available, Games/Recreation Room, Gardens in property, Ice, Iron, Laundry, Non Smokin Air Conditioning, Ceiling Fan, Clock Radio, Cooking Facilities - FULL, Electric Blanket, Private Facilities Boat Ramp (1km), Airstrip (125km), Bus Stop (125km), Coach Station (125km), Domestic Airport (125km), Hospital (125km), Post Office (125km), Railway Station (125km), Visitor Information Centre (125km), City and/or Town (25km), Golf (25km), Tennis Court (25km), International Airport (800km), National Park (90km)
See related categories: Nature Reserve Accommodation