Victoria Station, Willaura

Found in the Grampians region. This 926 acres station has many areas of use. A National Trust listed 1865 Colonial vernacular Woodshed and a 1845 original Homestead and gardens. Established in 1842. One of Australia’s early settlement farms.
One of 7 National Trust listed 1860s bluestone woolsheds on site
It contains an upgraded 8-bedroom historic Shearer’s Quarters.
12-bedroom Homestead circa 1840s with extensions built in the 1920s.
Set on 4-acres of historic gardens surrounded by cypress hedges. Old English feel.
Polo field and equestrian facilities. Hosting two bush polo tournaments a year with a professional living on farm who could assist on the horse handling side.
Oldest Charolais cattle stud in Australia. Circa 1969.
Historically wool with sheep still farmed on-site.
1hr 20min from the end of the Great Ocean Road and backset by the Grampians National Park.

Accessible by train, bus, car (2hrs 30min) and helicopter (40min) from Melbourne.



Shearing Quarters


The Bluestone Stables


The Bluestone Stables

The Polo Stables


Other areas