Lake Paika Accommodation     

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A discovery at every turn...

Lake Paika Accommodation is nestled on a peninsula of Lake Paika. This 450ha natural wetland, recently reinstated after more than a 100 years of being "stranded" from its Murrumbidgee "lifeline" is quickly responding. Improved biodiversity of wildlife and vegetation regeneration has already occurred in response to watering.

Lake Paika Station is a bird watcher's and photographer's paradise, with over 20,000 waterbirds of more than 35 species having been observed.

As one of the districts most historic stations, the property is dotted with relics and old buildings and is a wonderful historical treasure trove of past days on the station.

Outback Tours with Outback Geo Adventures

German & Paulina from Outback Geo Adventures will ensure that you have an unforgettable experience

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We can arrange adventurous tours tailored to meet your needs both to Yanga and Mungo national Parks run by local tourism operators Outback Geo Adventures.  By arrangement, pick up and return to and from the Historic Homebush Hotel can also be organised, where you can enjoy a wholesome pub meal, a bear and a chat with the locals. Prices will depend on your needs and destination.

Activities @ Lake Paika Station

Lake Paika Station offers much by way of explorations and activities...but then again you may just want to kick back, chill and take in the natural beauty that surrounds you.


Here are just a few activities you may enjoy!

  • Bird watching & wildlife watching
  • Telescope available for guest use
  • Farm walks
  • Relax lakeside and enjoy a book
  • Sunset & sunrise viewing over the water
  • Star gazing
  • Catch a yabbie
  • Picnic on Pelican Point
  • Wander the wetlands
  • Fishing
  • Fishing rods & tackle are provided free for Guest use
  • Fishing bait available to purchase
  • Yabby nets provided for Guest use
  • Canoeing (supply your own)
  • Bicycles provided free for guests 

Activities in Balranald & Surrounds

For information on attractions and events in the district and surrounding region, please visit the DISCOVER BALRANALD & SURROUNDS website.

The Lake & Wetlands

Relive the past