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Pine Valley Outback Experience, Morgan

Pine Valley Station offers you an outback experience only 140 kilometres east of the historic mining town of Burra or 106 kilometres north-east from Morgan on the Murray River and access is via good unsealed road.

Pine Valley is a working station property of 1000 square kilometres running Merino sheep. Relax, enjoy and experience the beauty of the outback, with walking and cycling trails, flora, abundant bird and wildlife and beautiful sunsets. Accommodation is self contained – six bedrooms with a double and single bed, and one double bedroom, guests need to bring all linen and bedding. Shared bathroom, toilet and laundry facilities, fully equipped kitchen including microwave, gas stove, two large refrigerators with freezer and one drinks refrigerator. Combustion wood fire, television, video, radio, CD player, covered gas barbecue, bicycle and helmets, games, books and magazines. Solar power, campfire setting with wood provided and rainwater for drinking and a covered outdoor area.

Guests have access to trails where native flora and fauna are in abundance. Unwind your mind amongst the peace and tranquillity. Tours are now available for two people from the Clare Valley with the owners on a two-day water run and are fully catered for. Soak up the atmosphere of the bush, just kick back, read and relax. Maximum number of guests is 20. No pets. Use of firearms, motor bikes or chainsaws not allowed. Resticted property access. Be our guest and stay a while. Enjoy a unique experience.

Accommodation Options


One double bed.


One double bed and one single bed.

Popular Activities

  • Off Road Driving
  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Cycling
  • Driving
  • Sightseeing
  • Outback

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