Built in the late 1860s, the heritage buildings were once the staff quarters – hence the name – when Perricoota Station was originally a sheep station. The property then became a citrus grove and, at its peak, was home to 22,000 orange trees.
When Jodie and her husband Barry bought Perricoota Station, which sits on the NSW side of the Murray River, they decided to convert the buildings into boutique accommodation to complement their weddings and functions business which shares the site.
“The accommodation was inspired by the natural surroundings of Perricoota Station. The original buildings were restored to highlight the heritage features and provide unique accommodation for the Moama-Echuca region,” says Jodie.
“The bespoke interiors reflect the colour and textures of the Murray River, giving guests a tranquil and luxury riverside retreat.”