Tom Groggin Station is a beautiful 2000 acre working cattle property located in a spectacular valley on the slopes of the Snowy Mountains.
It lies in the heart of the Victorian high country and is completely surrounded by national parks and wilderness with a 5km frontage to the fast flowing waters of the Upper Murray River. Thredbo Village with its vast array of winter and summer activities is only a 35 minute drive from the property
Tom Groggin has operated continuously as a cattle station since before 1860 and is of considerable historic significance, not least
because of its link with Banjo Patterson’s poem “ The Man from Snowy River “. Banjo Patterson visited the property in 1890 and Jack Riley, the then manager, is widely thought to be the inspiration behind Banjo’s poem
Farm stay accommodation, in a spectacular setting, is available in either the 4 bedroom Lodge or 1 bedroom Log Cabin