Like most of our buildings at Bungaree Station, this building has had many functions over the years. It began as a stable for the stallion, which was traditionally kept separate from the other station horses to prevent trouble. Once four legged horse power was replaced by diesel horsepower, and the stallion was put out to pasture, this old building became a storeroom for windmill spare parts, until 1990, when it was renovated into guest accommodation.
Today the Stallion Box is suitable for up to 2 guests and contains a queen bedroom with kitchenette and ensuite bathroom. It has both reverse-cycle air conditioning and a wood burning fire. French doors open onto a verandah that is perfect for BBQs and enjoying a bottle of Clare Valley wine on warm evenings. All bedding and towels are provided, along with provisions for a full country breakfast (e.g. eggs, bacon, juice, cereal). A floorplan of this cottage can be found below.