Trilby Station is a 5th generation sheep station situated near the village of Louth NSW.
Tap into the essence of our Australian heritage and have an outback experience you won’t forget.
Meet your hosts Liz, Gary and the Murray family who invite you to come and experience their backyard.
The Murrays of Trilby Station have called the banks of the Darling River home for 7 generations now, grazing merino sheep since 1860. An authentic family run property offering guests a unique outback experience and a glimpse into their way of life not often accessible to outsiders – all with the comforts of home.
Accommodation options include the fully renovated Stockman’s Cottages, Mitch’s Hut and the new Shearer’s Bunkhouse. Or try their powered caravan sites or secluded river and billabong campsites dotted amongst age-old river gums for some of the best Darling River camping there is.
While their accommodation is great, the experience of Trilby Station is what people really love and talk about ..the scenic river, the private waterfront campsites complete with firewood, the self-guided Mud Map drives around the station, Liz’s wholesome country style meals, the cosy cabins, catching yabbies and fish, the birdlife …. and Liz!! Yep – Liz … fancy that!
We will be reopening following road closures due to flooding of the Darling River on Friday February 18th.
Trilby Station is a member of Outback Beds – Quality-assured Farm Stays & Outback Accommodation
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