Get immersed in the history and the inner workings of an outback station. See the rugged life, natural beauty and passion of the people who make this country their life. Take a station tour and see for yourself.
Camden Park Station
Camden Park Station Artesian Pools. Credit:Camden Park Station
Visit the Walker family for a guided personalised tour of the famous Camden Park Station.
Meet Outback Dan, fifth generation farmer, who will guide us through his family’s historical homestead, cattle yards, shearing shed and take us for a walk down the “Queen’s Path”, in honour of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip’s 1970 visit.
Outback Dan’s fascinating yarn telling will give us an insight into the history of grazing in the Outback on this extensive station tour.
OUTBACK AUSSIE TOURS – CAMDEN PARK STATION SUNSET TOUR
We will take you on a personalised tour of the famous Camden Park Station. Explore the historic homestead where Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip visited for morning tea. Enjoy the expansive view from their verandah and capture the experience of outback life. Visit a circa 1920 shearing shed and gain an insight into the history of grazing in the Outback on this extensive station tour. Enjoy nibbles at sunset, under the stunning outback sky – an unforgettable experience!
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Strathmore Station Smoko Tour
Strathmore Station Smoko Tour. Credit:Outback Aussie Tours
Meet Maree at Strathmore Station who will share her passion for station life on a personalised tour. As we tour the station, learn about Santa Gertrudis cattle and Merino wool production. Hear how these third-generation graziers made water run uphill with their award-winning water system. Back at the homestead you’ll have time to wander the tranquil gardens and enjoy some warm Outback hospitality including the delicious home-baked morning tea.
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Nogo Station Experience
Abigail shares pioneer life on Outback Pioneers’ Nogo Station Experience. Credit: Outback Pioneers
Outback history and a contemporary working station come together at Nogo.
Abigail (née Kinnon) welcomes you to her home and cooks up a wonderful morning tea while you experience a sheep-shearing demonstration by a champion shearer and go on the ‘station water run’ – a daily part of station life, checking water sources and making sure livestock have water.
You’ll also see Captain Starlight’s stockyards – the ruins of the stockyards said to have been used by Harry Redford to corral hundreds of cattle before his big journey south.