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Tobruk Sheep Station, New South Wales

(4.9/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • We spent a half day starting at breakfast with bread "damper" including activities and lunch with meat and chicken Grill, pasta, potatoes and salad. Despite the rain, we had a great scenery and appreciate the place. Welcome by a cowboy's horse, the "damper" bread cooked on the coals with tea "Billy". a first demonstration of lacot, then what dogs goddesses know do with duck, and rroupeau of sheep. a demonstration to launch Boomerang, and convenient for those who wished. demonstration of shearing on a sheep and explanation of history and highlighting of the Merino Wool. a good time for relaxation and culture.
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  • Di tempat ini kita dapat melihat peternakan domba, cara mencukur bulu domba, atraksi anjing gembala dengan domba dan angsa, memainkan boomerang, dll. Kita juga dapat makan siang ala cowboy. Boleh meny...  more »
  • As all of the readers here can see the photos I posted, you will probably agree that I had such a wonderful and great time here and enjoy very much every second of it. The Tobruk Sheep Station was the...  more »
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  • I want to write a much more detailed review than the one I am about to write, but basically we couldn't have asked for a more perfect wedding ceremony and reception venue. Tobruk's staff are warm, friendly, good-humoured, but also extremely proactive and attentive. We were so pleased with their service - everything flowed beautifully, like serendipity had kissed the day - and we trusted them from the moment we met them. I couldn't recommend them more highly for any bride and groom wishing to have one of the most special days of their lives in a rustic country setting with beautiful people, surreal landscapes, great food, nice set up, exceptional value for money... the list goes on. Despite the heat they made sure we had the most perfect wedding ceremony under a stunning tree in the shade, and allowed me to arrive in my RFS brigade's fire truck (which was extremely special as my husband and I are members of the same brigade)... you should have seen our guests' beaming faces! Go into this experience open hearted - it is such a special time to be married - and you will only experience the best in weddings at Tobruk Sydney. I feel blessed to have had the chance to wed my soul mate at Tobruk on a damn hot 40 degree day in October 2015. Tobruk's team gave 120%. I will never forget all the laughs and serenity of our wedding. It's been a dream, like I said on the day. It was the perfect way to start our adventure into married life. Thank you Tobruk.
  • It was very interesting... they show you how wool is made and how they herd the lambs. Love the dog! There was also this lazy cat >.
  • As a professional tour guide I have been several times to Tobruk. My opinion is one thing, but I notice the reactions of the people in my tour groups. They just love it here. The whole experience is great, from the cattle dogs to the whip cracking, the sheep shearing and the billy tea and damper. Highly recommended for all overseas visitors.
  • I visited the Tobruk Sheep Station in July '13. We were greeted and led inside by an Ausie shepherd on horseback and warmly welcome by all of the staff. The day started with some billy tea and toasts while the customs and plan for the day were explained and some impressive whip cracking was performed. We were then allowed to spend time with the sheep, feeding them and taking pictures, before the exciting performance of the working dogs and the demonstration of wool making. The fun time began when we took part in the dancing and singing and had a lovely "Christmas in July" lunch. Afterwards, we had quite some time to pet the koala, wombat, joey, and a variety of irresistibly adorable baby farm animals, the experience of which will always be remembered as cuteness overdose. The sheep station is quite a drive from the city, but if you have a car or can book a tour, it is highly recommended for families and groups.
  • An interesting experience with different animals