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Home Valley Station re-opens

Home Valley Station in the spectacular East Kimberley of Western Australia, will be welcoming guests from 1 May 2017.

Home Valley Station re-opens

Thursday, 23 March 2017

Home Valley Station re-opens

Home Valley Station in Western Australia’s spectacular East Kimberley, will be welcoming guests from 1 May 2017 following its annual hiatus over the wet season. To celebrate the re-opening, the heritage cattle station will offer a two night package* from $210 per person, twin share.

“Home Valley Station offers a quintessentially Australian outback experience where guests can enjoy genuine hospitality while discovering the spectacular landscapes of the Kimberley. We’re delighted to be opening our doors for the 2017 season,” says Andrew Williams, Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia’s Chief Executive Officer.

Located on the iconic Gibb River Road, at the foot of the majestic Cockburn Range, the historic station is the ideal base from which to explore the pristine wilderness. Guests can enjoy a range of adventurous activities including sunset touring, Station 4wd tours, scenic flights or soaking up the atmosphere at the famous Dusty Bar & Grill. During the season other activities on offer will include hiking, swimming in pools surrounded by ancient red gorges, heli-fishing, horse riding, boating, star gazing, nature and crocodile spotting and barramundi fishing on the Pentecost River.

The package includes two nights’ twin share accommodation in a Guesthouse Room, daily buffet breakfast, access to walking trails and entertainment at Dusty Bar & Grill.

Home Valley Station offers a range of accommodation options for travellers – from comfortable Guesthouse Rooms and elegant Grass Castles overlooking Bindoola Creek to Eco Tents and camping facilities.

*Conditions apply, subject to availability. Rate is available for travel 1-31 May 2017.

For bookings contact travel@voyages.com.au or 1300 134 044

For further information go to: www.hvstation.com.au

Image credit: Carlisle Rogers.