Typo Station is available to private guests as a social enterprise run by Mind Australia. Proceeds from accommodation packages will help to fund support services for people living with high impact mental health conditions.
The lovingly restored Typo Station homestead features three king rooms with deluxe super king size beds that can be split into two king singles to sleep up to six adults in pure comfort. Complete with huge entertaining spaces, creek frontage and expansive green open spaces Typo Station is designed to impress.
Typo Station invite couples or groups to relax in this beautiful private hideaway as you discover a gourmet’s paradise. Venture into pristine wilderness at nearby Paradise Falls or discover the Prosecco Road, sampling the best in Italian varietals and sparkling vino. The King Valley offers farm gate produce from olives to mustards, wines to chocolates and is home to the iconic Brown Brothers' Epicurean Centre.
The former historic cattle station also boasts additional cabin accommodation which is situated near the Homestead. It consists of four cabins that can sleep an additional 20 people in comfortable bunk-style accommodation.
Homestead : $375 per night for four guests, $50 per additional guest. Includes three king rooms, two bathrooms. Cabins: $45 per person per night.
At Typo Station a good night’s sleep is assured. The Homestead features three king rooms with deluxe super king size beds that can be split into two king singles sleeping six adults comfortably. Each bedroom feature plush pillows, fresh linen, designer quilts and throws, and bedside reading lamps and tables. Drift away snug and silent, with only the birds to awake you come dawn. This lovingly restored home features wrap around verandas, huge entertaining spaces and the best in designer furnishings. Typo Station boasts additional cabin accommodation which is situated near the Homestead. It consists of four cabins that can sleep an additional 20 people in comfortable bunk-style accommodation.
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