Oberon Estate is a unique farm stay accommodating individuals and groups.
Rooms can be booked individually or the entire lodge can be booked exclusively - subject to availability.
It is a two storey private residence, comprising seven loft style ensuite king or queen bedrooms and two twin rooms.
Oberon Lodge can sleep up to 20 people, however it can also be configured to take 3 separate groups at the same time.
The configuration for 3 separate groups is as follows:
Option 1 (Buller) - 8 people - 4 bedrooms - 4 x Queen Bedrooms (all with ensuite) plus Kitchen (no oven)/ Large Living Room;
Option 2 (Stirling) - 6 people - 3 bedrooms - 1 x King with ensuite, 1 x Queen, 1 x 2 Single Beds plus extra bathroom plus Kitchen (no oven)/Large Living Room;
Option 3 (Valley) - 6 people - 2 bedrooms - 1 x Queen, 1 x Double & Bunk Bed plus Bathroom/Kitchen (no oven)/Small Living Room.
All options have access to the BBQ, while each kitchen has 2 induction cooktops and a microwave.
Contemporary kitchen facilities (no oven), dining/lounge areas and laundry are located on the lower level. Heating and air conditioning systems. Entertainment includes plasma TVs. All linen is provided.
Views: Panoramic mountain view. The extensive surrounding grounds offer stunning vantage points and relaxing natural spaces.
Relax in the picturesque surrounds. The majestic alpine high country provides a stunning backdrop to the beautiful accommodation.
Bedroom 1: King bed, ensuite, private balcony
Bedroom 2-6: Queen bed, ensuite
Bedroom 7: Twin, communal bathroom
Bedroom 8: Queen, bathroom adjacent
Bedroom 9: Double + Bunk, bathroom adjacent
3 Private Kitchens
3 Dining areas
2 sets of laundry facilities
Outdoor dining area
The Estate & Farm
Oberon Estate Merrijig is set on over 80 undulating acres of sub alpine pasture and open forest.
Take a self-guided tour through the established 1000 tree olive grove, make friends with the inquisitive Boer Mountain Goats or take in the panoramic high country views.
Coined after the family home, 'Oberon' is also of literary fame - a mythical king in Shakespeare's Midsummers Night Dream - and the protagonist of a romantic opera.
Oberon Estate Merrijig is a farm stay destination in Northeast Victoria, an easy three hour drive from Melbourne.
Ideally located 15 minutes from shops, cinema, pool, golf course, zoo etc, five minutes from local hotel and river, horse riding, bush walking, fishing etc. 20 minutes from the base of two mountains Mt Buller and Mt Stirling for bush walking, photography, painting, mountain biking and skiing in winter etc. 25 minutes from Lake Eildon for boating, fishing.
You will have the entire house for exclusive use.
NO smoking inside of the lodge.
Ways to spend the days:
Ski, Board, Toboggan and snow play Mt Buller
Hike one of the many nature trails
4 wheel drive adventure with tracks for all abilities
Check out the scenic views from Mt Sterling or Craig's Hut
Stand under the Binderee Falls
Take a picnic to Mirrimbah Park with well appointed play equipment for kids
Water ski, fish, kayak, sail Lake Eildon
Wine taste King Valley / Whitfield region
Lunch/ Dinner at Jamison Hotel and Brewery with a side tour to berry farms
Discover the countryside by horseback
Be pampered at the local Day spa
Mountain Bike trails around Mt Buller/Mt Stirling
Motorbike riding is excellent all year round
Cross country ski from Telephone Box Junction, Mt Stirling
Local meal options within 5 minutes drive:
Mill Inn Restaurant (short walk) – Dinner
Mirrimbah Store – Breakfast Lunch
Pinnacle Valley Resort - Dinner
Hunt Club Hotel – Lunch and Dinner
Merrijig Motor Inn – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Many more to choose from in Mansfield (20mins drive) or Mt Buller (20mins drive)
Ideally located 15 minutes from shops, cinema, pool, golf course, zoo etc, five minutes from local hotel and river, horse riding, bush walking, fishing etc. 15 minutes from the gate of two mountains Mt Buller and Mt Stirling for bush walking, photography, painting and skiing in winter etc. 25 minutes from Lake Eildon for boating, fishing.Get the full listing »