OFFERING LUXURY ACCOMMODATION IN THE HEART OF THE NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT, NORTHERN NSW
Waterloo Station is a delightful place to relax and enjoy the pristine surrounds of this historical property. The grand Waterloo homestead (circa 1908) and picturesque gardens provides an unforgettable insight into times past. The century old English elm trees watch over the beautifully manicured gardens and showcase the very best of the New England.
Waterloo Station provides wonderful surroundings for your group or perhaps a special event. Our facilities provide the opportunity for your gathering, whether it be a reunion, a special birthday, or a get together of your special interest group or just good friends, our accommodation can meet your needs.
Our fully equipped kitchen, lodge room and facilities offer flexibility so that you can have a private retreat or the function that suits your requirements. A full range of catering options are available if needed.
Waterloo Station offers superior
country accommodation. Our accommodation ranges from the family friendly Waterloo Stockmans Cottage, to the unique Shearers Lodgings, or perhaps the private one bedroom Schoolhouse.
Groups can indulge and stay at the Waterloo Homestead with its grand proportions and historic surroundings or the beautifully appointed Shearers Lodge.
Whether experiencing a cool crisp winter morning or a temperate summer's day, Waterloo is sure to provide a memorable experience.
The property boasts a large variety of outdoor activities. Guests can try their hand at a range of pursuit from sapphire fossicking, bushwalking, trout fishing or exploring the properties many points of interest and diverse ecosystem.
The property has seemingly endless hills providing ample opportunity for bushwalking and wildlife spotting.
Walking maps and distance guidelines help plan your excursion for the energetic guests.
Waterloo Station is set on 4000 acres in the heart of the New England district.
Be prepared to enjoy and experience living on this working historical property offering an insight into days gone bye. It is restful and peaceful with a sense of tranquility.
The district has four distinct seasons, so great to enjoy any time of year whether sitting in front of our many cosy fireplaces, or cooling off in the clear refreshing creek on a hot summers day.