Quondong Station

Peacefully alone in the heart of the NorthEast Pastoral District of South Australia, with 164 km of unsealed road (and 23 grids) from the nearest historic towns of Burra or Morgan, the Quondong Homestead is an unexpected oasis. Quondong is a working merino sheep station, covering 365,140 acres or 1,477 sq km.
If you want the pleasure of an escape from the modern world, hear the silence, experience solitude, see vast skies with unique clarity of light, Quondong is for you. At your private campsite, within our extensive woodlands, experience the night skies, alight with the stars, and then, awake to the cacophony of joyous bird calls. Spend the day exploring the vast, red landscape, letting the native animals and birds find you and learn about our unique plant life. At dusk prepare a camp dinner from the selection of Australian Native foods on offer and designed by renown Creative Native and Red Ochre chef, Andrew Fielke or join the station team around the fire pit to learn more about station life, more about the ecology on this edge of Gondwanaland.

Experience the true Australian outback of our pioneering forebears.

Isolated Camp Sites
Powered Caravan Sites
Country Air Strip, YQON, with accommodation at the homestead.
Tracks for walking, cycling and driving.