The cottage can sleep up to eight people and is available for short or long-term stays.
Featuring three bedrooms, one bathroom and a spacious living area the Billabong Creek Cottage has everything you need for a relaxing stay.
The outdoor meat house features a modern barbecue and oven where you can treat yourself to a delicious home cooked meal.
Wanganella is probably most famous as the birthplace of the hardy Peppin merino sheep breed; a hardy, large sheep that was built for Australia’s climate and conditions. The Peppin merino is now the most common breed in Australia, and a bronze statue at the front gates of Wanganella Station, just south of the village, commemorates its importance.
Adventurous types can explore the region’s tracks and waterways – either on foot or bike – and maybe even find a secluded spot to cast a line and catch a fish or two or drop your boat in using the private ramp at the cottage. As well as fish, this spot is home to several striking bird species; it’s great for all lovers of nature and the great outdoors.