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Stables Room

Sleeps 2

The bedroom takes its design influence from the nearby Bluestone Stables, witnessed through the glass french doors beyond the back lawn area. The room adjoins a large private bathroom with a clawfoot bath and overhead shower, a standout feature.

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Quiet Luxury

  • Queen bed
  • Garden views
  • Ensuite with claw foot bath & shoer
  • Heated bathroom floors
  • Access to:
    – two indoor sitting rooms
    – movie room
    – formal dining room
    – outdoor swimming pool and sauna
    – tennis court
  • Lake Anne
  • English-style gardens and herb garden
  • Helipad access (must be pre-arranged)
  • Complimentary wi-fi and car parking
  • Linen, towels, and bathrobes
  • The Grampians Goods Co. bathroom amenities
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron and ironing board
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With a view to the Bluestone Stables, The Stables Room was traditionally reserved for family members and guests that were most interested in horse sports such as polo, hunting, eventing, and racing. The Barr Smith and Abbott families had a strong affinity for a range of horse sports, especially racing horses, having owned Thackery, a two-time Grand Annual winner, and part-ownership of Gurners Lane, the 1982 Melbourne & Caufield Cup winner.

Mount William Station has had a strong connection to horse racing from the start. The Chirnside brothers (who established the Station in 1842), also owned the race horse, Haricot, the 1874 Melbourne Cup winner.

Mount William Station also birthed and stabled Alice Hawthorn, a decorated mare who raced Veno, the fastest horse in New South Wales, in a race that pioneered the Melbourne Cup.


Robert Barr Smith played in the first recorded polo game in Adelaide in 1878. Since then, the Abbott and Barr Smith family have had a longstanding connection to Australian polo. In 1985, Charles Abbott was the president of the Victorian and Australian Polo Councils and hosted royals Lady Diana and now, King Charles in Werribee.

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Mount William revives the spirit, energises the soul through the surrounding nature, and nourishes the body with local, natural produce. Since 1842, it has welcomed family and friends to escape the city to reset, and in this next chapter, is now open for all to enjoy.

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The Armoury

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A pastoral property that has been meticulously renovated to provide a contemporary and luxurious accommodation experience. Options for exclusive buyout with executive chef and service packages.