Callubri Station 2020 - Pool LS


Available on all our packages

Bushwalking, Mountain Biking or Jogging Tracks

The team here are kept busy with the slasher and grader out regularly to keep our tracks clear for guests. With over 2850 acres to explore there is no shortage of adventures. Just ask for a map before you depart and be sure to pack sunscreen, a hat and lots of water!

Fishing and Yabbying

The Bogan River is teeming with underwater activity and despite a high population of carp you may be lucky enough to catch a Yellow-Belly (aka Golden Perch) for dinner! Cast your line from the banks of the Bogan or from one of our lovely row boats! We also have some great reliable dams for yabbying so just ask if you’d like some nets and bait. They pair perfectly with a little butter, some home-grown lemon myrtle and a local chardy!

Native Flora and Fauna

Kangaroos and Wallabies – We have Western Grey, Red Kangaroos and occasionally Wallaroos which are a darker, shorter wallaby.

Bird Life – Callubri Station is home to plethora of outback bird species and a wonderful place for twitchers and casual bird watchers alike. Please just ask if you would like to borrow any books on our local birds or a pair of binoculars. The station is home to large flocks of Pink and Grey Galahs, Twelve Apostles or Lousy Jacks, Top Notch Pigeons. We also have White Corellas, Mallee Ring Necked Parrots, Magpies, Peewees, Honey Eater, Finches, Native Doves, Pelicans, black swan, Water/Swamp Hens, Ibis, Kingfisher, Butcher birds, kookaburras, Herron, Bittern, Bowerbird, blackbird, crows and ravens, mud swallows, hopping bob, fairy martins, Eastern Rosella, blue bonnets, black cockatoos, wood ducks and divers. In early spring you may even spy a flock of baby emus running behind mum! If you look up high we are constantly being observed by sparrow hawks, brown and black kites and even the king of the raptors, The Wedge Tail Eagle gliding high overhead on thermals.

Reptiles – We have many scaly friends (and some we would prefer not to make friends with!) here in Outback NSW. We mainly see Carpet (Pythons) and Western Brown, red bellied black, green tree and whip snakes, Goannas, Frill-less frill neck Lizards, Geckos, Blue Tongued Lizards and shinglebacks.

Amphibians – Our river area is home to green tree frogs and cardinal frogs.

Vegetation – Callubri Station is located in a region that generally receives less than 400mm a year. Most of the vegetation is xerophytic meaning that it is drought tolerant and includes wilgas, eucalypt red/yellow/white/black box, currajongs, white cypress pines, warrior bush, sandlewood, budda, wattle, belah trees, river cooba, myall, quandongs, rosewood, whitewood, leopard wood, fuscia bush, and yarran.

Seasonal Bushflowers – Daisies, billy buttons, flannel flowers, bogan lillies, pattersons curse

Creek beds and springs – We have two Ephemeral creeks across our station and they are Bloochers Cowal and Mulla Cowal that head across across swamp paddock and Euloglen. The creeks are ephemeral because they only run if we receive over 1/2 an inch of rain.

Identification Books and Binoculars – We have several books and also binoculars that we allow our guests to borrow. Please ask at the guest lounge.

The Sunset Lookout

Hop in the car or on your bike, pack some sundowners and head for the best sunset spot on the property.


We are happy to host photography workshops but also encourage our visitors to bring their cameras and catch their own personal forever moments.

Moon and Star Gazing

One of the most unique things about living in outback NSW is the number cloudless days and starry nights. When it is a full moon you can see the detail of the craters with your naked eye, binoculars or your camera.

The greatest advantage of moon and star gazing is the lack of light pollution caused by city or even and town lights. There is no light pollution interference for visitors because the nearest city is 55 kilometers away.


Hosted Tours offered on our All-Inclusive ‘Stay and Play’ Packages

‘Smoko’ and Station Exploration (9.30am – 12.30pm)

Time to get your bearings across our 28,000-acre station!

Before we head bush, wander up to the Shearer’s Quarters to grab a cuppa and some home baked goods for the trip! After ‘smoko’ jump aboard as we fire up the old Landcruiser and take to the dirt tracks to show you our beautiful corner of the world.

Keep your eyes peeled for red and grey kangaroos, emus, echidnas, goannas, foxes, rabbits and of course a few Merinos! Today’s adventure will take in our cropping fields and the huge machinery we use to sow and harvest the grain. Mike will guide you from paddock to plate through the soil preparation, weed management, harvesting, storage, transport and sale of our grain crops.

Our tour culminates with a visit to a secluded pine forest, where a hearty ploughman’s picnic lunch, drinks, music and relaxation awaits!


Farm Adventure and The Lookout Sundowners (3/4pm – 5/6pm)

Station life changes with the seasons and the only routine is daily adventure! Are you ready to get your bearings across our 28,000-acre station?

After a quick briefing, we’ll rev up the trusty Landcruiser Troop Carrier to traverse the rugged tracks and embark on a journey through the illustrious history of Merino wool production, from the sheep’s back to the final garment.

Our tour starts with a stroll through the historic woolshed, crafted by hand in the late 1800s. We’ll meander through livestock paddocks to our new shed at Euloglen, halfway across the property.

Our adventure culminates with sundowners at ‘The Lookout’. Cast your eyes over hundreds of kilometers of the wild Western Plains at our most popular spot for sunset photos, enjoy a refreshing beverage and farewell another stunning outback day.


A Special Curated Experience

Moon Bathing

Do you fancy something a little special to treat your main squeeze or bestie? Why not try our stunning Moon Bathing – two side-by-side clawfoot baths under the stars?

After a short meander along the river, you notice a secluded spot on the bank with a vintage farm ute of a different kind! Closer inspection reveals two vintage clawfoot bathtubs perched on the tray. Alongside is a rustic enamel sink filled with ice and a chilled bottle of our favourite local sparkling wine from the Swift family at Printhie Wines.

Our Moon Bathing experience includes a selection of artisan spa products from our friends at Dindi Naturals. To complete your luxury bath experience we include pure cotton waffle robes and slippers to keep you cosy.

A hand-crafted grazing board is conveniently perched between your baths. Adorning the platter is a spread of local gourmet goodies to enjoy on as the sun goes down. Oh, and some soothing tunes playing in the background. Sound like heaven? We think so!

Please note the price includes up to two guests per session.

$250 per session (up to two guests)

Boating and Bubbles

How would you like to row your loved one or bestie around our River lagoon in a vintage rowboat? If you think boating sounds like fun, wait until you see the extras! Enjoy a grazing basket of house made sour dough bread baked daily using our own wheat, gourmet cheeses, cured meats, house made pickles, dips and crudités, fresh fruit and crackers.

Sip on a bottle of beautifully crafted local sparkling produced by the Swift family from the very clever folk at Printhie Wines in Orange, NSW.

Please note the price is per person with a minimum of two guests.

Price $125 per person (2 – 8 guests)


Staying Longer?

Are you keen to get involved in the day-to-day activities of the farm? Here at Callubri Station we’re into giving visitors the true outback farm experience. Whether it be helping mend a fence, check on lambing ewes or assisting with crop inspection there is always something to get involved with! Please refer to our farm calendar below for seasonal activities. (dates subject to change with seasons)