Corynnia Station, near Carrathool
Sitting on the edge of the outback, Corynnia Station is a busy working property that offers an authentic, award-winning farm stay and bed and breakfast experience. Owners Julie and Bruce Armstrong’s desire to share their incredible part of the world led them to diversify the property into a modern rural retreat, receiving five-star reviews from their Australian and international guests.
On arrival, the homestead garden oasis – a labour of love for Julie – contrasts vividly with the surrounding panoramic landscape. Stylish design continues into the accommodation that includes two 1940s cottages, a six bedroom lodge, both with fully equipped kitchen access and the recent opening of the VIP Homestead Suite, offering two-night all-inclusive packages.
Winter campfires are accompanied by a billion stars while Bruce’s informative farm tour includes a look at the station’s prime merino wool production and irrigated cropping. By day guests can swim in the pool, enjoy a game of tennis or croquet, interact with the resident animals including Marcie, a toe sucking orphaned joey, or simply enjoy the tranquillity and splendid hospitality of your hosts.
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823 Carrathool Rd,
Carrathool Via Hay
02 6993 5807
Accessible by road
(45 minutes from Griffith).
2015 & 2016 Trip Advisor
Certificate of Excellence