Breathtaking county in the heart of the outback and only 40km from the heritage listed and iconic town of Broken Hill. We offer various accommodation options including private cottages, caravan sites, shearers quarters and camping.
Visitors will enjoy a wealth of authentic country experience on this majestic outback property. Discover fascinating heritage, spectacular sights and geological delights on this working sheep station. Mount Gipps and neighboring Wendalpa Station are located in the heart of the lower Barrier Ranges a rugged 100,000 acres just a 40 kilometre drive north from Broken Hill.
Photographers, artists, 4-wheel drive enthusiasts and bush walkers will especially enjoy this unique property, the only one of its kind to the north of Broken Hill.
The landscape offers the perfect ‘blank canvas’ for artists and photographers of all abilities. Sunsets nestled along the ranges and wildlife sneaking inquisitive looks through the bushes all add to your living desert experience.
If you are looking for inspiration, a short 30min drive to Broken Hill should revitalize your senses. Broken Hill’s artistic legacy continues to thrive with possibly more artists per head than anywhere else in the nation. You will be spoilt for choice with gallery options or immerse yourself in our modest architecture and explore Broken Hill’s mining history.Read More
Richard and Sam Maiden own and operate the combined 100,000 acre properties of Mt Gipps and Wendalpa Stations. We are rangeland organic meat sheep farmers and live on the property with our 3 children. We are new to the Station Stay business and are looking forward to giving our guests a truly unique outback experience.
No other place in the Barrier Ranges has been so prominent in local history as the original 800,000 plus acre Mt Gipps Station. Mt Gipps was a squattage long before the first miners cottage was built in Broken Hill and employed many notable Australian names over the years including stockman, drover and miner George Kindman and his brother Sid and Charles Rasp the founder of Broken Hill. When Charles Rasp discovered Broken Hill, the syndicate that opened it were all Mt Gipps men.Read More
$35 per person per night
Can sleep up to 2 people per room if we need to
Use of shared quarters kitchen, cool room, dinner room, TV and toilets
Bring own swag / Bedding
$60 per night – Bring own swag
$30 per night for powered site
$20 per night for NON powered site
Rasps Cottage (Pictured)
$160 per night or $128 per night for 7 days or more (2 night minimum stay)
3 bedroom (2 doubles and 1 queen)
Pull out lounge – double for extra person
All linen supplied
Fully self contained, reverse cycle, own shower/toilet/laundry, fire place, TV and kitchen
$10 per person – per night
Kids under 12 freeRead More
We have a great variety of accommodation options, ranging from camping to self contained cottages.
Family friendly and cost effective, our camping packages start from as little as $10 per person per night (children under 12 are free.) We also have powered and unpowered caravan sites as well as access to shearers quarters or self contained cottages for the traveler looking for a few more comforts.Read More
With vast access 100,000 acres, you will be spoilt for choice in filming options. The rugged Barrier Ranges offers a harsh rocky and desolate backdrop, but with further investigation, you will find sandy creeks and natural gorges. A working sheep station provides access to old buildings in various states of repair from a fully operational shearing shed and quarters to old miners cottages. The possibilities are endless.
We are only 40km from Broken Hill and are happy to explore accommodation and catering options to ensure your production runs smoothly.Get Locations