Home Valley Station opens for 2019 season

Home Valley Station

Home Valley Station credit to Carlisle Rogers

Home Valley Station opens for 2019 season

Home Valley Station in Western Australia’s spectacular East Kimberley is reopening on 3 May 2019 following its annual hiatus over the wet season. The heritage cattle station is an essential part of any Gibb River Road experience, offering genuine outback hospitality amongst the area’s breathtaking landscapes, gorges and waterfalls.

New for 2019 is an exciting menu at the popular Dusty Bar and Grill showcasing Australian produce and Bush Tucker ingredients. Alongside Kangaroo, Crocodile and native grains and spices, guests can enjoy sizzling steaks, the Dusty’s famous spare ribs, or their Barramundi catch of the day cooked expertly by the Chef. Wood-fire pizza nights, open-air movie nights and live entertainment also feature at “The Dusty”.

Located on the iconic Gibb River Road, at the foot of the majestic Cockburn Range, Home Valley Station is the ideal base from which to explore the pristine wilderness. Guests can enjoy a range of activities including sunset touring, Station 4wd tours, scenic flights and heli-fishing, fishing tours on the Pentecost River (from boat and shore) and seven picturesque self-guided walking trails.

“A visit to Home Valley Station and the authentic Dusty Bar & Grill is a must for any Gibb River Road adventure. The historic station is a quintessentially Australian outback experience offering great hospitality along one of Australia’s great scenic drives,” says Voyages CEO Grant Hunt.

While at Home Valley guests have the option to try their hand at Barramundi fishing – either onshore ($120 pp) or from a boat ($240 pp) – both tours offering a private guide, fishing equipment, transportation, snacks and water.  For the more adventurous there is also Heli fishing ($595 pp).

Other tours include scenic helicopter flights (from $195 pp), a Home Valley Station History Tour ($100 pp) and a Cockburn Ranges Sunset Tour that includes a sparkling wine, beer and a gourmet cheese platter on top of a private ridge overlooking the majestic valley ($97 pp).

A two night Kimberley Escape package* is on offer from $223 per person, twin share. The package is available for booking until 31 May 2019 and includes two nights’ accommodation in a Guesthouse Room, delicious buffet breakfast daily, access to the station’s picturesque walking trails and live entertainment at the famous Dusty Bar and 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 and 1 Sep-31 Oct ’19.

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

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

About Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia

Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Indigenous Land and Sea Corporation (ILSC) established to undertake tourism business on its behalf. Voyages offers unique experiences and cultural immersion in spectacular locations around Australia including Ayers Rock Resort in the Northern Territory, Home Valley Station in The Kimberley in Western Australia and the Mossman Gorge Centre, in Tropical North Queensland. Voyages works collaboratively with local communities, respecting and supporting the local Indigenous cultures and offering employment and training opportunities to the local and broader Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Profits from all business activities are re-invested in the Indigenous and resort experiences and through the various training and development programs in place around Australia.

 

Source = Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia
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