Stubble Quail

Laughing Kookaburra



Black Shouldered Kite


Black Swan

Red-backed Kingfisher


Australian Wood Duck

Sacred Kingfisher


Pink-eared Duck

Rainbow Bee-eater


Australian Shovellor

White-browed Treecreeper


Grey Teal

Brown Treecreeper


Pacific Black Duck

Spotted Bowerbird



Variegated Fairy-wren


Australasian Grebe



Hoary-headed Grebe

Yellow Thornbill


Common Bronzewing

Chestnut-rumped Thornbill


Crested Pigeon

Southern Whiteface


Diamond Dove

Striated Pardalote


Peaceful Dove

Pied Honeyeater


Bar-shouldered Dove

Singing Honeyeater


Tawny Frogmouth

White-plumed Honeyeater


Australian Owlet-nightjar

White-fronted Honeyeater


Australasian Darter

Noisy Miner


Little Pied Cormorant

Yellow-throated Miner


Great Cormorant

Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater


Little Black Cormorant

Crimson Chat


Australian Pelican

Orange Chat


White-necked Heron

Blue-faced Honeyeater


Eastern Great Egret

Little Friarbird


Pied Heron

Grey-crowned Babbler


White-faced Heron

Chestnut-crowned Babbler


Nankeen Night Heron

Chestnut-breasted Quail-thrush


Australian White Ibis

Chirruping Wedgebill


Straw-necked Ibis

Varied Sitella


Royal Spoonbill

Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike


Yellow-billed Spoonbill

White Bellied Cuckoo-shrike


Whistling Kite

White-winged Triller


Black Kite

Rufous Whistler


Brown Goshawk

Grey Shrike-thrush


Spotted Harrier

Crested Bellbird


Wedge-tailed Eagle

White-breasted Woodswallow


Little Eagle

Masked Woodswallow


Nankeen Kestrel

White-browed Woodswallow


Brown Falcon

Black-faced Woodswallow



Grey Butcherbird


Black-tailed Native Hen

Pied Butcherbird


Eurasian Coot

Australian Magpie


Australian Bustard

Grey Fantail


Black-winged Stilt

Willie Wagtail


Black-fronted Dotterel

Australian Raven


Banded Lapwing

Little Crow


Masked Lapwing

Restless Flycatcher


Australian Pratincole



Red-tailed Black Cockatoo

White-winged Chough


Major Mitchell’s Cockatoo




Jacky Winter


Little Corella

Red-capped Robin


Sulphur-crested Cockatoo

Hooded Robin



Rufous Songlark


Australian Ringneck

Brown Songlark


Blue Bonnet

Welcome Swallow


Red-rumped Parrot

Fairy Martin


Mulga Parrot

Tree Martin



Zebra Finch


Black-eared Cuckoo

Plum – headed Finch


Pallid Cuckoo

Australasian Pipit


Southern Boobook

Nankeen Night Heron


Western Gerogyne


The Trilby Experience

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  • Your hosts, Liz and Gary have lived at Trilby since their marriage in 1981. They have four children, Alex, Tom, AJ and Will.  Tom and Will are working the property with Liz and Gary while Alex has her own Architecutural business in Dubbo. and AJ is flying in the Northern Territory. Thirty nine years on ... and Liz and Gary still love their outback lifestyle at Trilby.

  • Gary tends to keep a low profile. "The station doesn't run itself" he says and he have thousands of four legged 'guests' to keep happy. You might spot Gary (or Tom) overhead as he musters the sheep and checks the station bores from his Cessna 172 – his "Toyota in the sky", or come across him 'out the back' as you explore the station with your 'mud map'.

  • Trilby Station offers outback country hospitality and riverside accommodation in fully renovated Stockman's Cottages and the new Shearer's Bunkhouse. Or you may choose to avail yourself of the Powered Caravan Sites and secluded river Campsites dotted among age-old river gums on the banks of the Darling River.

  • The Outback is one of those rare experiences that taps into the very essence of the Australian heritage. A journey here will touch your soul and Trilby Station is a fine place for your journey to begin.

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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