Carrathool is a village 64km east between Hay and Darlington Point and 5km north of the Sturt Highway. With a population of about 250 people, the town hub is the local Hotel. Every year in February they host the well know Carrathool races, it is home for farm stay Corynnia and accommodates camping on the river at Pinky's beach.
Pinkies Beach Camp
Pinkies Beach, Hay, NSW
Located on Murrumbidgee River Rd this free camp offers toilet facilities, drinking water and swimming. It is dog friendly and accessible to RVs, tents permitted campers must be fully self-contained.
Carrathool Hotel, Hay, NSW
At the heart of every village is a country pub. The Carrathool pub is exactly that, the hub of the community. Offering meals 7days per week call in and meet the locals at The Carrathool Hotel.
Carrathool, Hay, NSW
The Carrathool Races are seen as an iconic bush race meet. Located in the village of Carrathool, where the population goes from 99 locals to over 1000 racegoers for the day in early March. Fashions on the field are a feature for ladies and gentlemen, and there is nothing better to watch than the Jackaroo and…
Corynnia Station – Farm Stay
1823 Carrathool Road Carrathool via Hay Carrathool NSW 2711
Corynnia Station is a 17,000-acre busy working property that produces high-quality Merino wool and meat from our flock of up to 11,000 at any one time. Share our stunning outback homestead oasis – pool, tennis court, friendly animals and orphans, native fauna and flora, bushwalking, pushbikes, campfires, farm and cotton gin tours and incredible 360-degree…