Kallara Station

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About Kallara Station

Located between Tilpa and Louth  on the “Darling River Run” in outback NSW. Kallara offers ensuite accommodation right on the banks of the Darling River. Picturesque riverside camping as well as self-contained accommodation ideal for families or small groups or individuals. Kallara Station is great for the outback traveller, road tripping family or anyone really looking to experience something new and unique. With accommodation to suit every style of traveller, Kallara Station should definitely be a pitstop on your next western NSW holiday and is a proud member of the “Outback Bed’s” network.

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Experience more than authentic accommodation at Kallara Station






Our History

Kallara Station was originally established in 1857 with a property area of approximately 1 million acres. As one of the biggest ‘sheep runs’ in the Western NSW region, it stretched approximately 130 kilometres from the Darling River, encompassing both the Cuttuburra and Paroo Rivers. In its prime, Kallara Station shore over 400,000 sheep and boasted a steam driven mechanical shearing shed with 44 available stands and a riverside wool scour. The shorn wool was transported down the Darling River by paddle steamers to be distributed to various wool centres across Victoria and South Australia.
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About us » outback
About us » outback
About us » outback

The establishment of a rail head in Bourke in 1896 saw transportation methods develop from water based to bullock wagons and camel trains along the new rail line.

Nowadays, Kallara Station, although smaller in size, is still a working and functioning sheep and goat farm and wool distributer in Western NSW. Family owners, the McClures operate the daily running of the farm and have since been certified as an ‘organic’ property; producing organic lamb meat, organic wool, and organic oilseeds from the fertile riverbanks and flood plains of the Darling and Paroo Rivers. Expanding their farm lifestyle to accommodation and farm stays, outsiders can now experience everything that’s involved in actively running a family owned sheep and goat farm in the Outback.


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Weather Update

Kallara Station is currently closed due to flooding on the Darling River.

We don't expect access to be available for some time so please check back in with us after Easter.

Thank you!