Trilby Station

Your Hosts

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Liz and Gary have lived at Trilby since their marriage in 1981. Gary is a 5th generation Murray who settled here on the Darling River in 1860, when you could buy 60 acres for 60 pounds sterling anywhere in NSW.

They have four children... Alex - 34, having completed her Masters in Architecture in 2009, has established Design Tribe Dubbo- Dubbo's only dedicated Architectural practice; Tom - 33, is home on the station most of the time, but flies choppers, mainly for rescue and bushfires when called on to do so; AJ - 23, ditched is Uni studies to chase his dream – and is now a Commercial Pilot; and Will – 22 this year, is home working on the station after a year Jackarooing in the Northern Territory and then gaining his pilot’s license.


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Gary is very hard to get off the station, commenting work is his hobby, but Liz enjoys the challenges of remote area hiking; which she likens to 'physical meditation' – having tackled the Kokoda Track, Mt Kilimanjaro, the Larapinta Trail, The Anti-Atlas Mountains in Morocco, the stunningly beautiful Simien Mountains in Ethiopia, Mt Everest Base Camp with Alex and AJ, the Indian Himalayas in Ladakh, Northern India, the Milford track in New Zealand, The Annapurna’s in Nepal (Nepal is just one of those countries you’ll long to return to after your first visit) and the Al Hajar mountains of Oman. This year?... Liz plans to return to India, this time the Darjeeling and Sikkim region, to hike the Singalila Ridge separating India and Nepal.

37 odd years on, Liz and Gary still love their outback lifestyle at Trilby.

They have put their heart and soul into the property - come share it with them.

Did You Know!

Approximately 75% of our overnight guests said they wished they'd planned to stay a second night!! On your full day at Trilby you can take our station mud map self drive tours, complete with comprehensive trip notes; fish & yabby; canoe; birdwatch; enjoy approx 10km of bush running, walking, cycling or driving tracks meandering amongst the river red gums - or observe seasonal station activities.

Outback Helpers

Interested in lending a hand for a couple of hours a day in the tourism side of our enterprise? We have a dedicated powered site ( or you may prefer a waterfront campspot) that we offer free of charge for volunteers willing to pitch in and help out with some of the everyday chores. Stay a few days or a week ... just until you are ready to move on.

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