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Official site for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Address: 322 Callaghan Rd, Anglers Rest, Victoria 3898
Phone: 03 5159 7241
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWeb: horsetreks.com
The Willows is a working horse farm,situated in the remote Bundarrah Valley, Anglers Rest to the north of Omeo surrounded by mountains, the Alpine National Park and three rivers. For the active, there is adventurous horse riding into the surrounding wilderness, seasonal white water rafting, seasonal wild trout fishing. And for the less active, drives up onto the Bogong High Plains and Omeo or to the Blue Duck Inn can include short walks and dining.The Willows provides a variety of comfortable self-contained accommodation setting alongside the Bundarrah River. The main homestead has large verandas, five upstairs bedrooms, two bathrooms, big living and kitchen area, and outdoor campfire barbecue area. It is a bit like an African camp lodge but with lots of horses, kangaroos and a variety of birds instead of game.Two comfortable, authentic bush huts are down on the river flats. The Cattleman's log hut, built around 1900 and the Iron Hut, its exterior of old oil tins post depression years of the 1940's. Inside, both have a modernised rustic style.Both huts are one roomed with a bathroom attached, although the toilet is outdoors. Each has a double and single bed, kitchen facilities, verandas and outdoor campfire and barbecue areas. Linen and towels are supplied. Power is solar, hydro and gas so please don't bother with electrical devices such as hair dryers. This is a great getaway from technology. If you enjoy getting away from it all, and travel and camp in remote destinations such as the Kimberleys and like something out of the ordinary, this is for you.
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The Willows is sign posted at the entrance of Callaghans Road. Off the Omeo Highway. It is a blue tourism sign stating “The Willows and Packers High Country Horse Riding three kilometres”. It is approximately 27 kilometres north of Omeo on winding mountain roads with no lamp posts to light the way.
They can also be accessed via Falls Creek take Bogong High Plains Road from late October till early June. And also accessed via Miita Mitta on the Omeo highway or Bairnsdale or Mount Hotham. Please do not rely on GPS gadgets. Contact them for further details.
Contact directly for availability and bookings. There are no set arrival or departure times.
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