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Pine Plains Lodge

Set on a cattle and sheep station founded in 1847, Pine Plains Lodge is a traditional homestead built from hand hewn local timber, and your ticket to a true Mallee holiday.

The Lodge has has two shared living areas with open fireplaces, a spacious communal kitchen, BBQ areas and open verandahs with spectacular views. We have a range of rooms to choose from, including family rooms with double beds and bunks and private rooms with queen size beds.

At the end of the Silo Art Trail and situated in the Wyperfeld National Park, Pine Plains Lodge is just a 20 minute drive from Patchewollock. It is 2 hours from Mildura and Swan Hill, and 5 hours from Melbourne. Accommodation is available all year round, but it is best to book online early to avoid disappointment.

Explore the Mallee

Many areas of the grazing lease were added to the existing Wyperfeld National Park in 1996, providing the Lodge with an ideal location surrounded by the national park. Around the grounds of the Pine Plains Lodge you can still find some of the original thatched buildings and relics of the cattle station life.

Our verandahs enjoy beautiful scenic views, and you can visit our on-site Observatory where there is a telescope provided for you to gaze at the spectacular starry night skies. During your stay, you’ll get to experience glorious sunrises, lingering sunsets, and long sunny days that showcase the true Australian outback.

The O’Sullivan family has been a part of the Pine Plains area for over 120 years. Feel free to chat to us you would like to know more about the flora and fauna of the local area, as well as plenty of available bush hikes and driving tracks to explore the Mallee. View Our Image Gallery

Our Location

Wyperfeld National Park is located 450 km north-west of Melbourne. To Pine Plains Lodge from Melbourne, take the Western Highway A8 to Ballarat, then take the Sunraysia Highway B220 to Speed and then Patchewollock. Open a Printer Friendly Map

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