Situated on the perimeter of the extensive Homestead gardens and close to the Darling River, the Overseer’s Cottage was originally built in the 1960s for the station overseer and his family.
The cottage is fully self-contained with satellite TV, gas BBQ, air-conditioning and heating, and is attractively furnished with antiques and polished floorboards. Enjoy the ambience of your own campfire pit on those cold winter nights.
There are two well-appointed bedrooms (a double and a triple single). Relax on your verandah overlooking the pool and enjoy the peace and quiet for which Trilby Station is well renowned.
- From $145 double per night – self-catering. Full kitchen, outdoor BBQ and campfire pit for cooking over the coals.
- Accommodation, country style home cooked dinner including a cheese/nibbles platter, dessert, homemade chocolates/fudge and a cooked breakfast – $290 per couple, $75 per child (6 – 12 years). Dinner only – $50 per person. Meals are delivered to your accommodation and drinks with dinner are BYO though Liz does have a selection of mid-priced wines for sale if required.
- Minimum two night stay, enabling you to enjoy the outback experience. (Air and bus tour groups excepted.)
- The Overseer’s Cottage IS NOT pet friendly, sorry.
Please enquire for a package price including transfers from the Louth airstrip if you’re travelling by private plane.