Moira Station is an “iconic pastoral station”. The original station site was selected in 1842, and the current homestead was built in 1866. Australian heritage is interwoven with Moira’s story.
It has a rich history of early pioneers, bushrangers, timber cutters, bullock teams and indigenous tribes, all who once called it home.
Moira Station is a premium outback property located near Mathoura, in the Murray region of NSW. Catering to a maximum of eight guests, the heritage property is an easy twenty minute drive from Moama on the Murray River, three and a half hours from Melbourne and seven hours drive from Sydney. Set on 600 hectares, and adjoining the Murray Valley National Park, Moira Station offers luxury self-catering accommodation, gourmet produce and stunning night skies.
Catering to a maximum of eight discerning guests, Moira Station’s impressive “Starry Nights Luxury Accommodation Quarters” will provide domestic and international visitors with the experience of being immersed in luxury whilst juxtaposed with the backdrop of a unique and majestic bush landscape.
Starry Nights excels at bringing the beauty of Australia’s outdoors indoors in a unique and exciting way that no other accommodation provider in the region can offer.
Starry Nights is the perfect place to unwind, indulge, pamper and romance.
The magnificent bedrooms with superb king size beds are first class luxury, add breathtaking retractable ceiling skylights from which to view the famous Southern Cross on its inky background and you have a sublime boudoir from which you may never want to leave.
A delightful breakfast basket is included in the tariff, along with the option of three delicious grazing hampers filled with exquisite local quality produce.
At this point for dining options guests can choose from a selection of fabulous award-winning local eateries only 20 minutes away.