Pimpara Lake Station, Outback NSW

Pimpara Lake is a typical sheep and cattle station property in the Corner Country of outback New South Wales.

The wonderful rains of 2010 and 2011 have helped to create very special wetland and grassland environments.

Birds are especially plentiful. Walks through bush land often startle nesting or grazing birds, whilst the water environments have led to a proliferation of duck and other water-bird breedings. Unfortunately, water is not always plentiful and the ephemeral lakes do dry up, creating a still lovely but different natural environment.

Pimpara Lake has been our home for over thirty years, and we are pleased to be able to invite you to share a few days with us whilst the country is looking at its very best.

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