Australian Outback Station, two-day Outback Farm Stay, Rest and Relaxation Adventure
Corynnia Station is situated on the edge of the Great Australian Outback on the famous Hay Plains.
The property comprises 7000 hectares including irrigation enabling farming of cotton, sheep feed and grains. The prime merino flock is around 10,000 in number with over 4,000 quality breeding ewes.
The very busy property is managed and physically worked by Bruce and son, Hamish, who are both passionate about agriculture and sheep, utilising the latest technologically advanced methods.
The property was purchased in 1977 by Julie’s father, John Jones. Bruce and Julie moved to Corynnia Station as newly weds in 1982 and have put heart and soul into developing what was originally a very run down property, homestead and gardens into what they choose to share today.
Accomodation - Maxie’s Retreat
Six bedroom lodge – one double room and five twin rooms accommodating a total of up to twelve guests.
Two large bathrooms, indoor and outdoor dining and sitting areas, full kitchen facilities with coffee machine.
Maxie’s Retreat overlooks the open 360 degree plains of the property on the edge of homestead the garden oasis.