Eco-friendly Burraburoon Station
Burraburoon Farmstay is situated on the Long Paddock Touring Route – 12 kms east of historic Royal Mail Hotel at Booroorban.
Some 20 years ago we made the decision to switch to Dorper sheep in order to turn our land into an eco-friendly property and, where possible, organic. Burraburoon is a working sheep station, on the edge of the outback, in the Riverina. The homestead and Bob’s Bend are on the banks of a large lake with extensive gardens.
A feature of our farmstay operation is the man-made lake, dug by Ken’s father to provide a swimming pool for the former Booroorban School. We welcome all forms of passive recreation around the lake and provide fishing gear and canoes for our guests to use.
There is an unintentional touch of African flavour at our bushcamp with its sheltered BBQ area and open air kitchen and dining area adjoining the cantilever deck over the water. Those who like to be part of nature will enjoy our outside shower.
Sleeps 4 in two rooms and has a small ensuite in the former guard’s compartment.
Two spacious refurbished caravans with a Queen size bed.
Glamp it up with our two glamping tents which include very comfortable beds.
Burraburoon Station We have 6 camping sites at the Bush Camp on the edge of the lake.Each site has its own wood fired BBQ area.Full use of all facilities. More InformationFor more information on rates, accommodation & bookings, please contact us directly by visiting our website or giving us a call. We look forward to…
Things to do
- Dare to switch off from social media, the phone and television and listen to the silence.
- Enjoy the sound of birds in the mornings or watch a kangaroo graze in the distance while you shower.
- Sleep under a blanket of stars at night.
- Enjoy the lake – swimming, canoeing, fishing; or just take in the serenity from your comfortable chair on the deck.
- Go for long walks or arrange a farm tour
- Experience our campoven meals under the stars.
Burraburoon is situated halfway between Sydney and Adelaide and 4 hours from Melbourne Airport; between Hay and Deniliquin. Leave the Cobb Highway at Booroorban and travel 12 kms east on the Wargam Road. Look out for the flag poles on your left at the entrance. Road generally in very good condition.
Driving to Hay
The following is an overview of the routes from Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide that may help you in planning your Outback Beds experience.
|Brisbane||Warrego Hwy <> Newell Highway <> Sturt Highway||1,360km|
|Sydney||Hume Highway <> Sturt Highway||635km|
|Melbourne||Calder Freeway <> Cobb Highway||415km|
Towns & Touring
For more information on rates, accommodation & bookings, please contact us directly by visiting our website or giving us a call. We look forward to hearing from you!
Phone: (02) 6993 0669