Brindabella Station

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Activities and Attractions

Abundant Wildlife

Birds, animals and to a lesser extent, wildflowers are a feature of the Brindabella Valley. Brindabella Station is bounded on three sides by national parks and as a result wildlife abounds. Parrots, galahs, cockatoos, kookaburras, eagles and wrens as well as such water birds as herons, cranes and various wild duck abound. Native animals mainly marsupials such as kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, possums and even less active ones such as echidna and platypus can be found within the Valley.

Some of the birdlife found in the Brindabella Valley:

Trout Fishing

The Goodradigbee River is a superb mountain trout stream boasting both Rainbow and Brown Trout. Whether fly fishing or spinning you will be rewarded with a great outing.


Whether in the Valley or further afield in the high country there are some tremendous walking trails consisting of short medium and long duration. With locations such as Flea Creek and Mount Franklin within easy reach, day expeditions are a great way to see the area and get off the beaten track.


The Goodradigbee River offers the opportunity for some cahllenging kayaking.


Farm Gate Trail in the Tumut Region

Visit the farm gate outlets above while in Tumut for beautiful fresh produce.
Apples, berries and stone fruit are all available in season as are fresh vegetables.

Brindabella Station remains a working property and provides guests an opportunity to see farming activities during their stay. Additionally, it is possible to visit the Homestead's extensive gardens by prior arrangement.