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Theldarpa Station NSW

There are also historic sites on the Theldarpa, on the Yandama Creek, where in the 1890s more than 60, 000 sheep were shorn and the wool washed at a scour.  The Yandama Creek also provided a link between South Australia and the Albert Goldfields and was regularly used by Afghan cameleers and miners.

The wide open spaces, excellent sunsets, sunrises and the millions of stars are highlights for visitors. The landscape offers visitors some amazing photography opportunities. Great place to also sit with a guitar and sing with friends around a campfire. Theldarpa Station is in outback New South Wales in Corner Country, 50 kilometres west of historic Milparinka along the Hawker Gate Road. It’s an easy journey to Theldarpa, travelling past the Sturt’s famous Depot Glen, to link with the Corner Country Loop road to Cameron Corner and Tibooburra. From Broken Hill Theldarpa is a 300km drive (5hrs).

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Accommodation rates at Theldarpa Station range from $5pp for camping and use of showers and toilets, to $55 per person for bed, breakfast and dinner.  Bring your own bedding and stay for just $15 per person, with full use of the kitchen and dining room. Children under 16 years are half price. Please Call Teldarpa to confirm prices.

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Activities

Theldarpa is a place where you can do as little or much as you like. Many visitors just like to relax away from the hectic pace of life in the city, watch the sunsets and sunrises, and birds and animals coming into the water at night or in the morning.  Others take in the whole environment, driving around the property, climbing mesas and walking along creeks and ridges.  They feel an amazing sense of freedom in a vast landscape and just soak it all up. High clearance 4WD is recommended for access to station roads.

Types of accommodation

There are several accommodation options.  The shearer’s quarters are available for self-catering or catered meals.  There are seven rooms with two single beds, and one with a double bed.  Visitors can hire linen and blankets from the property, or bring their own.  The large kitchen and dining room are available for use.  An open fire provides and warm and inviting spot for late afternoon and evening chats in winter.

Some visitors prefer to stay in their campervans, and may use the power connections, whilst others just love to escape to the creek campsites.

How to get to here

The nearest main town is Broken Hill, but there are connections to Milparinka, Tibooburra and Innamincka to the west.
Most people travel in their own vehicle, but some 4WD tour companies also visit, mostly overnight.  An airstrip is located right at the homestead, coordinates are S29.39, E 141.29.

Best time to visit

April to October

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Park facilities
• Campfire• Pet friendly
Accommodation types
• Farm/Station accommodation
Experiences
• Bird watching• Farming or gardening activities• Nature, parks and wildlife
• Outback