Kallara Station, Outback NSW

The McClure family welcomes you to stay with them at Kallara Station, situated on the banks of the Darling River near Tilpa. Kallara is the perfect place to experience what the outback has to offer… friendly people, fishing, bird-watching, four-wheel driving, sitting by the fire, getting away from it all.

Kallara Station Station is one of the oldest properties in the area. The first European squatter was George Hobler in 1846. Burke & Wills also camped in the Paika stables.

Justin, Julie, Holly, James, Sophie and Fred are custodians of the historic Kallara Station which dates back to 1857 and once comprised of some 993,140 acres. Kallara is now a certified organic property of 150,000 acres and produces organic lamb, organic wool and organic oilseeds from the fertile, ancient flood plains of the Darling and Paroo Rivers. Sophie (10) and Fred (8) are educated in their school room at Kallara via Broken Hill School of the Air. Holly (14) and James (13) are away at Boarding School in Adelaide.

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