Victoria Station, Willaura

Situated in the Grampians region, West Victoria, Australia, this 7,500 acres historic Station established in 1842 has many areas of use. Including a National Trust listed 1865 Colonial vernacular bluestone woodshed, an 1860s but recently upgraded 8-bedroom homestead and 4 acre gardens. A refurbished 8-bedroom historic Shearer’s Quarters which still contains its rustic charm.  Wide country expanses with areas of twisting creeks and 500 year old river red gums dotting the landscape.  Old world stately feel. A polo field and equestrian facilities are on site. The farm hosts two polo tournaments a year.  April and October.  The farm houses one of the oldest Charolais cattle stud in Australia. Circa 1969. Historically wool with sheep still farmed on-site and mixed cropping.

Accessible by train, bus, car (2hrs 40min) and helicopter (40min) from Melbourne.

Location House in the Grampians, available to hire for photoshoots, filming, and corporate events.