Muloorina station is situated fifty-four kilometres northwest of Marree and one hundred and fifty-six kilometres west of William Creek, on the edge of Lake Eyre. It is both a pastoral lease that operates as a cattle station and a formal bounded locality in South Australia. The name and boundaries of the locality were created on 26th April 2013 after the long-established Local name.
Muloorina is owned and operated by Trevor and Cindy Mitchell and has been in the same family since 1936. The Mitchell family has continually worked to improve the standard of their certified organic Poll Hereford cattle using bulls from West Coast and mid-North studs. Trevor and Cindy encourage their children to be very involved in the decision of running Muloorina and hope this continues in the future.
We currently occupy an area of four thousand square kilometres and operate both sheep and cattle.
Accommodation is homestead style consisting of two fully equipped houses accommodating up to six people each. Shearing quarters with eight twin share rooms, large toilet and shower facilities, fully equipped kitchen, dining room, and BBQ Area.
Camping grounds are on Frome Creek, two kilometres from the homestead along a bored water hole that includes toilets and picnic tables. Waking up each morning is a blissful experience where you get to hear the singing of over a hundred different bird species. An honesty box is set up on the campground for a small fee. No booking is required for camping.