Activities at Corynnia Station
Farm tours, campfires, tennis (balls and racquets are provided), pool, croquet, nature walks,
stunning homestead gardens, bird watching, native wild life, friendly animals, huge skies – amazing
sunsets and trillions of stars or just relax. So much to see and do at Corynnia Station!
Chilling out at Corynnia Station is easy. Enjoy a refreshing swim in the pool, the best way to cool yourself off in the Australian Outback.
Fancy a game of tennis? Racquets and balls provided.
Croquet on the lush lawns
A fun game to be enjoyed on the homestead lawns.
Explore the station on pushbikes of all sizes.
Bushwalking and Native Wildlife
Bird watchers and ecological enthusiasts will enjoy the native flora and fauna whilst exploring our ancient dry box swamp covering 1000 acres.
Farm Experience Tour with your host
If you are keen to see what happens on busy Corynnia Station and plan a two night visit or longer – Click here to find out more – Adults $75pp. Children 5-12 $37.50pp. (Minimum charge $150).
During the cooler months, guests can enjoy a campfire under the massive milky way.
Amazing 360 Degree Skies
Corynnia Station is beautiful and breathtaking. Guests will be overwhelmed by the vast skies and trillions of stars.
Corynnia Station Open Garden
Small or large groups are most welcome by prior arrangement.
Our unexpected and inspiring outback garden oasis is another world and in
stark contrast to the flat, harsh landscape of this old working property.
Just 45 minutes from Griffith and one hour from Hay.
Entry $15 includes a delicious morning and/or afternoon tea. 10am to 5pm
The epitome of the ‘bush race’ meeting held on the 1st Saturday in March. Corynnia Station is the most conveniently located accommodation.
Altina Wildlife Park
This outstanding Safari Park, cradled amongst majestic River Red Gums, has unique personalised tours allowing visitors to experience close up encounters with exotic and native animals via Horse Drawn Cart furnished with comfortable seats.
Always lots on and much to see in this multicultural city of 24,000 residents.
Great restaurants, wineries, museums and art galleries.
Carrathool was originally built on the river for the paddle steamers, then moved to the railhead where it is today… but now there’s no rail either.
History tells us there were originally 2,200 people in Carrathool, now the sign says population 99 but even that is an overestimation.
Pull in for a drink at the Carrathool Hotel before arriving at Corynnia Station.
Picnics, swimming and fishing on the Murrumbidgee river at Carrathool is a great way to spend the day.