Entire Homestead ~ 1848 Euston Station

Entire cabin hosted by Bobby

  1. 7 guests
  2. 3 bedrooms
  3. 5 beds
  4. 1 bath
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Take it easy at this unique and tranquil getaway. The Euston Station Homestead, Est. 1846 is one of the oldest homesteads in the Mallee. Located on the banks of the stunning Murray River, just 40 Minutes from Mildura and 5km to Euston and Robinvale. The original drop log cabin offers the sublime beauty and comfort, as in its early days. A charming historic cottage renovated in a style so sympathetic to the period. Step back in time through the doors of the historic log cabins.

The space
You'll have the entire place to yourself. With three bedrooms, a function room, fully equipped kitchen, outdoor bathroom, fire pit, full riverfront and loads of space - you'll be in your element and away from all the hustle and bustle. Keen to have some friends camp too? Please let us know, as we can certainly accommodate extras for a small fee and make this the experience the one you truely want and need!

And don't forget, we're pet friendly so nobody needs to be missing out on this time away.

Events & Celebrations - so maybe you'd like to host your birthday on our grounds and stay the night after? or maybe it's a Wedding? We're up for the celebrations! Just get in touch with us to discuss your endless options!

On the house - we're pleased to be able to offer your some in-house goodies on your arrival to kick-start your stay. You'll find a 'Welcome Breaky' ingredients ready for you to cook up a storm on your first morning by the river!

Bush Walks
Bike Rides
Robinvale Wines
Water Sports & Fishing
Mungo National Park
Euston Club Resort
Robinvale 18-hole Golf Club

Beds (split across 3 Bedrooms)
- 1 x King Bed
- 1 x Queen Bed
- 1 x Double Bed
- 1 x Single Bed
- 1 x Pull Out Sofa Bed
- Cot available on request

*Included in this listing fee - Up to 7 Adults & 2 Children (under two)

Where you'll sleep

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What this place offers

River view
Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Free washer – In building
Free dryer – In building
AC - split type ductless system
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Where you’ll be

Euston, New South Wales, Australia

Hosted by Bobby

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Brett and I purchased the original Euston Station in (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) , on the banks of the Murray River ~ the 14 acres that remained of the original 100,000 acre sheep station.

On the property is the original drop log cabins, in what we thought, at the time, unrestorable condition.

We can look back now and say, thankfully, we had no choice. We needed somewhere to live while building our new home. So, with blood, sweat and many tears, we started the huge job of making the existing log cabins liveable.

With the passion and history of this place, in respect to the early settlers and the people before us, we just had to work hard to restore and renovate them. We wanted to get them back to what we hoped was there original glory, and now we would love to allow people to come and stay. It's your turn to explore and experience this unique homestead. We have now purchased another 350 acres back of what was Euston Station land, equipped with walking tracks, a boat ramp, camping spots and mooring sites.

In one of the rooms, I have my store, (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Collections ( (Website hidden by Airbnb) I have always been in retail, this have driven my vision of the homestead and gift shop. I love quality and pretty things. I have used this passion throughout the homestead restoration, from furniture to bed linen, gifts and homewares.

We look forward to sharing the combination of passion and history that our beautiful homestead has to offer. From single night stays to weddings and camping trips, we welcome all enquiries.

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- Bobby

Euston Station Story

Euston Station derived its name from the stately mansion in Suffock, England, called “Euston Hall”, owned by the Earl of Grafton. Euston is also one of the oldest townships in New South Wales.
Euston Station’s story is quite a romantic one. In (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) , Edmund Morey (born (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) in Chatham, Kent, England), a mere young man left Canally Station accompanied only by an local Aboriginal guide, a dray, a few cattle and sheep trekked down the Murray River and squatted on the fresh pastures of part of a new run called Boomiarcool. Morey’s section of this run was later called Euston Station run.
It was a bold move even for an experienced pioneer, let alone a young lad, for Boomiarcool was at the extreme western limits of colonisation of NSW at the time. There was no real contact with either Sydney or Melbourne, or any other settlement of consequence in the area. Yet, Morey was successful and prospered. He continually added to his original run by acquiring additional adjoining lands including Garnpang, Pan Ban, Manfred, Kilfera, Kapar Kora, Prungle, Arumpo and others.
When Edmund Morey sold Euston Station in (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) he went to Queensland and worked with the public service. He died on the 10th February, (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) in Marybourough.

Euston Station came into the hands of Bertram and Alf Taylor. Droughts crippled the partnership of Bertram & Taylor and they sold Euston Station to William Kilpatrick in the (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) s. After William’s death in (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) it was administered by his executors.
Edmund Morey’s original Euston homestead still stands today that was built on the banks of a lovely billabong near the Murray River. A newer homestead was built adjacent to the original around (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) but was destroyed by fire.
The woolshed at Euston Station run in the olden days, blade shearers shore 45,000 Merino sheep and when the machines evolved the shed installed 16 sheep shearing stands.

At the eventual subdivision sales of Euston Station in (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) it had grown to (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) acres (404,000 hectares) covering 146 square miles (378 square kilometres) due to the other land acquisition by Edmund Morey. The final subdivision of 65,715 acres (26,593 hectares) of the immense original run was divided between James N. Spittle of Hattah and A. G. Woodhead, former manager of Moorna Station at Wentworth.
Woodhead and Spittle agreed to subdivide and sell the areas adjacent to the river for irrigation blocks and graze the back country for wool growing. They agreed to halve the property and tossed a coin to see who would have first choice. Spittle won the toss and he acquired the half nearest the town of Euston and gained the homestead. Woodhead received the section near picturesque Lake Benanee.
About (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) , Spittle (junior) sold Euston Station to Lawrence and Alma Tyack came from Werrimul. After a quiet period, Euston Station began to come to life again with the new era of irrigated vineyards, orange orchards and vegetable growing (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) Brett & Bobby Hammet
Purchased the original Drop Log Cabins on 14 acres and with much blood sweat and tear we have we have renovated the cabin back to there original glory and in (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) we purchased another 350 to bring Euston Station back to a total of 364 acres

We also run a online gift store & small shops from out of one of the room on the premises (Website hidden by Airbnb). 1848collection
Brett and I purchased the original Euston Station in (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) , on the banks of the Murray River ~ the 14 acres that remained of the original 100,000 acre sh…
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