Stay at Angorichina Sheep Station, Flinders Ranges
Angorichina Station offers a unique opportunity to taste Outback life on a working sheep farm, one of the earliest pastoral properties to be established in Australia.
Angorichina Sheep Station, Flinders Ranges, Australia
Located halfway between Parachilna and Blinmanin the Southern Outback, Angorichina Station covers 554 square km, has been in the Fargher family for four generations and is owned and run by Ian and Di Fargher.
Set amid beautiful scenery of the Southern Outback's Flinders Ranges, undulating and wooded land, it's an area to commune with nature and experience to true Aussie outback. Angorichina Station's accommodation includes a tastefully renovated schoolroom with an ensuite bathroom, while the original stone homestead comprises of two bedrooms and one bathroom for guests' use.
With a capacity for six discerning guests, Ian and Di provide all meals and individual touring and hosting. This allows travellers the opportunity to experience genuine southern outback hospitality in a comfortable, relaxing Australian way.
Activities include 4WD driving through the Southern Outback’s Flinders Ranges, scenic flights, guided walks and hikes, station activities such as mustering, sheep shearing and bore runs. Wonderful local wildlife includes many species of kangaroos, and abundant birdlife.
Di and Ian's home is an oasis of beauty and calm among the wild majesty of the Flinders Ranges. This is the ideal place to experience Outback Aussie life in all its rugged glory.
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