The new shearer’s quarters were established on Trilby Station after the original building was destroyed by fire and today’s shearers would be hard pressed to find more comfortable lodgings anywhere.
There are a total of 6 twin share bedrooms – all with reverse-cycle air-conditioning, electric blankets and beds made. With a slow combustion wood fire, share bathrooms and laundry, TV – the Shearer’s Bunkhouse is ideal for solo travellers, couples, large groups travelling together and workers/contractors in the area.
The caterer’s size kitchen has all modern conveniences (2 gas stoves, fridge, freezer, coolroom and microwave) and is fully equipped, right down to camp ovens for that traditional outback meal. Outside you’ll find a camp kitchen with commercial gas BBQ, thatched gazebo and paved campfire area – ideal to watch the sun setting after another exhilarating day in the outback.
All linen and towels are also provided and guests are welcome to use the pool situated near the homestead and cottages.
Sorry, no pets.
- $115 per room – self-catering. Full caterer’s kitchen, Gas BBQ, campfire pit for cooking over the coals (camp oven supplied).
- Accommodation, scrumptious home cooked dinner including cheese/nibbles platter, main and dessert followed by some of Liz’s homemade fudge/chocolates and a cooked breakfast – $150 per person, twin share. Meals are delivered to the Bunkhouse and drinks with dinner are BYO, though Liz does have a small selection of mid-priced wines for sale if required. Dinner only – $55pp. Meals must be booked in advance as Liz only caters for a certain number of guests each day.
- Not pet friendly, sorry.