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Mount Annan, Australia
Reviewed 3 February 2013

Travelling around outback NSW you never know what you are going to find accomodation wise, but at Turlee we were most impressed. We stayed in the modern rooms and they were that plus more - better facilities than many city motels. Sophie and Nathan were very friendly and helpfull and made us feel welcome, great to be able walk into...

Thank GarryElena
fort collins, colorado, usa
Reviewed 20 September 2012

We were on a flying tour of the Australian outback. Visiting as many outback locations as we could fit. in. Very nice dirt strip and a warm welcome...nice beginning. Turlee Station Stay was the highlight of our Australian tour this time around. Make no mistake...this IS a working sheep, cattle and wheat operation. Nathan and Sophie were just fabulous hosts....

2Thank tjej01
turlee, Owner at Turlee Station Stay, responded to this review

Dear guests, We would like to thank you for taking the time out of your day to post a review of Turlee Station Stay! We feel very humbled to read that Turlee was the highlight of your outback trip! Also happy to hear that you enjoyed the meal provisions and found our area so special to visit. We value meeting...

Reviewed 12 August 2012

We stayed in the cabins at Turlee Station and really enjoyed the experience. The cabins are about 30kms from the Mungo National Park Information Centre which is the main attraction. The facilities in the cabin were very good with all the cooking gear we needed, a comfortable bed, hot showers and a true outback atmosphere.

Thank BxHeightsBB
turlee, Owner at Turlee Station Stay, responded to this review

Hi! We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for taking the time out to review Turlee Station Stay. Lovely feedback which we appreciate hearing. Thanks again, Sophie & Nathen Wakefield

Alice Springs
Reviewed 26 May 2012

We stayed at Turlee in one of the luxury cabins, and it really WAS luxury! Tastefully decorated with above average linen and fittings. We chose to have station meals ~ and yes, for those who don't seem to understand that these people do not live five minutes from the supermarket ~ we booked our meals a week ahead, as requested,...

1Thank Betty D
turlee, Owner at Turlee Station Stay, responded to this review

Dear Stan and Betty, We would like to sincerely thank you both for taking the time out to write such a wonderful review of our property. We are very thankful to have such wonderful guests like yourselves who appreciate Turlee Station Stay (and our operation as a whole) for what it is, a working outback station. Feeding our guests is...

Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 2 February 2012

It was like an oasis in the outback! absolutely loved it - clean, lovely accommodation and super close to Mungo national park. Had a beautiful time

1Thank Tarsh S
turlee, Owner at Turlee Station Stay, responded to this review

Dear Tarsh, We would like to thank you for taking the time to review our property. We were very glad to read that you enjoyed your stay here with us and do hope that yuou will visit again one day. Thanks again, Sophie & Nathen Wakefield.

Canberra, Australia
Reviewed 1 May 2011

We found our group of 18 at Turlee Station after the Campground at Mungo National Park was full to the brim over Easter. Nathan and Sophie and their extended family were very welcoming. We enjoyed Sheep Races, the shearing shed tour including sheep dog demonstations, shearing, whip cracking and freshly made scones. The campground was peaceful with great hot showers...

5Thank SalCle
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 26 April 2011

I was a bit disappointed with Turlee Station. While our welcome was friendly, we weren't given any direction on amenities - it seemed like having guests at the station was all a bit of a hassle. We felt more like a burden to our hosts rather than welcomed guests. We chose to stay at Turlee Station after reading the website...

6Thank PPP2011
turlee, Owner at Turlee Station Stay, responded to this review

Hi, my name is Sophie Wakefield and my husband and I are the owner/managers of Turlee Station Stay. In response to the above review I would like to make a couple of relevant points: - Our website clearly states that all catering is to be “pre-arranged” with bookings essential. We do this as we are located a 200km round trip...

Elmore, Australia
Reviewed 29 October 2010

We stayed two nights at Turlee Station Stay in a Bush Cabin with our 13month old. The cabin was beautiful; spacious and safe for our little one to zip around, the kitchen was well resourced, the ensuite roomy and the bed comfortable with lovely linen. Was lovely to be able to open the sliding glass door and let the breeze...

Thank MegDoller
Bathurst, Australia
Reviewed 1 October 2010

If you want to get a feel for the Outback and life on a MASSIVE Sheep Station...Stay here If you enjoy the sheer expanse of our wonderful country...Stay here If you need a reality check as to how our Farmers feed the nation...Stay here. I love the land and enjoyed this stay for what it was, real life, friendly hosts,...

3Thank Besty66
Reviewed 30 August 2010

We stayed for 3 nights in July, winter. Due to my mistake, the booking I thought I had was not available and the place was fully booked. We thought we might have to go for a long drive to find a bed. Our hosts had a late cancellation just after we left and chased after us. We were offered one...

2Thank Turkey_Baster

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Turlee Station is a working sheep and wheat station on the edge of Mungo National Park. Being 145,000 acres in size Turlee boasts unique landscapes, an abundance of flora and fauna and peaceful starry nights. With a range of accommodation options, Turlee is the ideal place to base yourself whilst exploring Mungo. Sophie and Nathen pride themselves on their level of customer service and interaction with guests. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Turlee Station Stay

Address: 66 Darling Street, NSW 2648, Mungo National Park, New South Wales 2715, Australia
Region: Australia > New South Wales > Mungo National Park
Price Range: $11 - $86 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 9
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“the cabins are a big step above the shearers shed.”
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