Pine View Station, Outback NSW
Pine View Station is a working sheep and cattle property located 180 kms from Broken Hill on the Silverton to Hawker Gate Road. It is owned and operated by Mark and Jenny Lacey and their young family. Mark and Jenny are organic farmers with certification for their practices on Pine View.
Mark and Jenny are organic farmers with certification for their practices on Pine View.
Pine View has significant historic sites, with one of the most important being the "yellow waterhole" on Flood's Creek which was used by Charles Sturt's 1844-45 Central Australian Expedition.
Pine View Station Accommodation
- Pine View Station offers a range of accommodation options.
- Camp under the stars, at one of several secluded campsites, settle back in the shearer's quarters or book into the self-contained 3 bedroom cottage.
Pine View Station Location:
Getting to Pine View Station:
- Pine View is located along the NSW/SA border, the "dingo fence", and is also home to one of Captain's Sturts campsites where he stayed as he explored the outback looking for the great 'inland sea'.
- It is location 180 kilometres from Broken Hill.
- From Broken Hill take the road to Yanco Glen, then take the well marked gravel road past Mt Gipps and Corona, across the Barrier Ranges
- Stay on the main road for the entire journey.
Driving to Broken Hill
There are many different routes that can be taken when driving from any of the capital cities to Broken Hill. The following is an overview of the routes from Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide that may help you in planning your outback experience.
Warrego Hwy <> Darling River Run (Unsealed) <> Barier Highway: Distance = 1,445km approx
The Great Western Highway > Castlereagh Highway > Barrier Highway: Distance = 1,150km approx
Calder Highway > Silver City Highway: Distance = 837km aprox
Barrier Highway: Distance = 518km approx
See & Do
Pine View Station See and Do:
Around Pine View Station:
- Tour around the property with excellent opportunities to take spectacular photos of the unique scenery and wildlife. Red undulating sandhills, starry, starry nights, friendly atmosphere and the availability to our most famous Australians, the kangaroo and emu, are just some of the attractions of Pine View.
- Visitors are able to see relics of bygone days, or take a tour of the property to see Sturt's Flood's Creek campsite.
- There are many opportunities for photographers, bushwalkers or bird watchers.
- Pine View also offers the opportunity for registered hunters to hunt feral pigs on the property, please contact us for more information..
More About Our Place
Pine View Station (cont)
Some forty kilometres of boundary fence is also the Wild Dog Fence, built in the late 1900s as a rabbit proof fence, but converted to the Wild Dog Fence in 1916.
Pine View features undulating red sand-hills and has areas of creek flood out country, off Flood's Creek.
There are many opportunities for photographers, bushwalkers or bird watchers.
Pine View also offers the opportunity for registered hunters to hunt feral pigs on the property, please contact us for more information.