Corynnia Station

Farm Stay - New South Wales


Corynnia Station is a 17,000 acre busy working property and we have chosen to share our unique, historic and truly Australian part of the world with our guests.

We produce high quality Merino wool and meat from our flock of 8,000 and the irrigated cropping programme includes cotton, grains and sheep fodder, using technologically advanced methods.

Share our stunning outback homestead oasis with our family – pool, tennis court and lots of friendly animals.  Native fauna and flora, bush walking, push bikes, campfires, farm tours and incredible 360 degree skies.  Private airstrip for fly in guests.  Pet Friendly.

Visit the astonishing, accessible Australian outback. We welcome you into our delightful 1930's cottages or six bedroom lodge set within stunning homestead gardens that have been featured in many Australian publications. Immerse yourself in an authentic Aussie outback experience in style.

We offer an accessible and unbeatable 'true blue Aussie outback experience' for international guests who want the 'real Australia'. 
Choose from our stylish 1930's cottage The Pink Palace suitable for one couple or a single, our charming 2 bedroom cottage The Barracks suitable for up to 4 guests, or enjoy our fabulous new, authentically Australian style, lodge facility Maxies Retreat with disabled access and suitable for up to 12 guests. You can also stay in your own Caravan or Camper at our authentic Aussie bush camp under ancient black box trees on the edge of our 1,000 acre dry swamp. 
Take a well earned break and come enjoy an outback experience: 
  • Pet Friendly
  • Airstrip
  • Campfires
  • Pool
  • Tennis Court
  • Animals
  • Native Wildlife and Birds
  • Nature Walks
  • Farm Tours
  • Paddock Picnics
  • Amazing 180 Degree Skies
  • Disabled Access

We are excited to welcome caravanners and campers to enjoy our authentic, Aussie bush camp situated under ancient black box trees on the edge of our 1,000 acre dry swamp.

Visitors will need to be totally self sufficient to use this secluded bush site as there are no facilities.

Due to the agreement to preserve this ancient swamp, visitors must bring their own firewood for campfires (weather permitting). Gathering wood from this natural, national treasure is strictly prohibited.

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