Pine View Station is located 180 km North of Broken Hill in outback NSW, Australia.
Pine View is a family owned and operated organic sheep and cattle property, and boasts 40 km of the NSW/SA border (dingo) fence as one of its boundaries.
The property has several secluded campsites for tag-a-long or self guided tours, as well as shearer's quarters style accomodation.
For those who wish not to camp, a 3 bedroom self contained homestead is available.
Pine View's attractions include "yellow waterhole" , the campsite used by Charles Sturt for eight weeks during his journey into the centre of Australia looking for an "Inland Sea".
Pine View features undulating red sandhills and has areas of creek flood out country, off Flood's Creek.
There are many opportunites for photographers, bushwalkers or bird watchers.
Pine View also offers the opportunity for registered hunters to hunt feral pigs on the property, please contact us for more information.