Gulf Station

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Gulf Station

During your visit to Gulf Station you'll discover what life was like for a family living - and making a living - on the land in nineteenth century Australia. How did they clear and maintain the property without modern machinery? Keep food? Transport produce to market? Wash their clothes? Meet some of the farm animals which were vital to pioneer farmers, both for food and transport.

Friends and Relations of Gulf Station
The Friends and Relations of Gulf Station are a community group who volunteer at Gulf Station and run activities and take a great interest in Gulf Station. Keep in touch with current news about Gulf Station by downloading a copy of the FROGS newsletter.
FROGS Newsletter October 14
FROGS Newsletter February 2015
What We Offer

  • Guided tours
  • Nature walks
  • Education program
  • Filming/photography locations
 
History

Established in the 1850s, Gulf Station was farmed for nearly 100 years by the Bell family. Scottish settlers Agnes and William Bell were the first to lease the land upon which the property was established. From the 1850s to the 1950s, it supplied produce to gold miners of the district.

The National Trust acquired stewardship of the property in 1976, and has restored its buildings and cottage garden.

Opening hours

Gulf Station is only open to group bookings by appointment. Please call 03 9656 9889 about group bookings.


Address

1029 Melba Highway
Yarra Glen 3775 VIC


Phone

03 9656 9889


Entry fees

Please call 03 9656 9889 to make a group booking and discuss prices.