Steeped in more than 140 years of family history, the 11500 hectare property conjures a special place in the hearts of all who visit. The wild, yet romantic landscape provides a stunning canvas for events. With uninterrupted views across the plains, Callubri Station combines a magnificent dining space seating up to 130 guests with the rugged beauty of the country.
Nestled between the remote country towns of Nyngan and Tottenham in Central West NSW, the station offers guests a unique glimpse into a sunburnt country of yesteryear. Purchased by the Armstrong family in 1878, the property has a long association with Merino Wool and Lamb production.
The original wool shed, built from raw cut timbers logged on the property, will tempt you to wander back in time whilst grazing your way through the historic shearing stands, local bubbles in hand!
After a refreshing aperitif, a short wander will bring you to our Shearer’s Quarters Dining Hall, a former Officer’s Mess brought to the property after World War II, and now converted into a stunning function venue. The rustic church doors reveal your dining space for the evening, featuring vintage bentwood chairs, rustic timber tables and exposed beams adorned with old brass chandeliers.
Your hosts, Angie and Michael Armstrong share a passion inspiring guests through a dining experience like no other. Raised on a small family farm in the rolling green hills of the Yarra Valley in Melbourne, Angie has grown up surrounded by inspirational food. As a fourth-generation custodian of the property, Michael’s dedication to the land and fervent love of farming is clear. Together, their commitment to quality produce and responsible farming delivers guests a dining experience with a true stamp of individuality.
Experience the joys of a journey off the beaten track and join us for your next event!