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Home Valley Station

Home Valley Station is a hub of activity that caters not only for travellers of the Gibb River Road, but for Indigenous students and trainees from many communities across the Kimberley.

Home Valley Station

Home Valley Station is located on a sprawling 3.5 million acres on the famous Gibb River Road in the east Kimberley region of Western Australia. 

Located close to the mighty Pentecost River, at the foot of the majestic Cockburn Range the Station is engulfed by a landscape of breathtaking contrast, where travellers experience a humbling connection with an ancient, largely untouched land.

Home Valley Station is owned by the Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation and was purchased on behalf of the Balanggarra people of the East Kimberley. Indigenous trainees and mentors are integral to Home Valley Station's tourism and pastoral operations. Since acquiring the pastoral lease in 1999, the ILC has endeavoured to involve local Indigenous people in all aspects of the station's operations. 

These traineeships make Home Valley a centre of learning where practical skills are taught in the course of a normal day on the property and they are an integral part of the resort operation. Trainees live and work alongside the Home Valley team learn through participating in every aspect of the Station - whether that is housekeeping, food and beverage service, guest services or tour guiding.

Set against the rugged beauty of the Cockburn Range, Home Valley Station offers a range of accommodation for all travellers - from luxury suites on the beautiful Bindoola Creek to lush campsites for those wishing to roll out a swag under the stars.

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