Arcadia Valley Escape

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Arcadia Valley Road, Injune Australia

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From $20.00


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Hotel Features

  • Facilities

    BBQ Facilities, Broadband Internet Access, Camping equipment, Car park, Child Activities, Cots Available, Entertainment, Equipment Hire, Games/Recreation Room, Gardens in property, Gas, Iron, Laundry, Library, Medical Facilities, Non Smoking Establishment, Non Smoking Floor, Open fireplace, Outdoor furniture, Pets allowed, enquire on booking, Playground, Tour Desk, TV/Lounge Area, Walking Tracks, Water Sports Gear, Wireless Internet Access, Wood Heater/Pot Belly

  • Activities

    Animal Viewing, Astronomy, Birdwatching, Bush Tucker, Bushwalking, Camping, Canoeing, Crabbing, Cycling, Farm/Station, Fishing - Estuary, Fishing - Game, Guided Walks, Hiking/Trekking, Kayaking, Off Road Driving, Swimming

  • Experiences

    Farm Stay, Wildlife

  • Local

    Airstrip, Bowling Club, Convention Centre, Domestic Airport, Golf, International Airport, Jetty, National Park, Police Station, Railway Station, Tennis Court, University, Visitor Information Centre, Winery


Hotel Rooms

  • The Homestead
    From $150.00

    Stay in your own private Queenslander home sleeping up to 10 guests. The Homestead is fully furnished and very spacious with three queen bedrooms, a twin share and two single beds in a less private area, complete with an indoor and outdoor fire place, full kitchen and laundry facilities, two bathrooms and nearby dams for fishing, swimming and bird watching. Reverse air-conditioning and fans are situated throughout the Homestead. There's also a great outdoor area with campfire and a hot coal barbecue. If you want to use the hot pot/camp oven during your visit bring a variety of vegetables such as potato, pumpkin, onion and carrots. You don't know how good veggies can taste until you've tried the hot pot.

  • The Cottage
    From $135.00

    Nestled not too far from the original Homestead, is The Cottage. Originally used as a workers cottage but now well equipped to sleep a small group or family. The Cottage offers three bedrooms - one double and two king single beds, a spacious living area, air-conditioning throughout and a well-equipped kitchen and laundry along with a veranda out the front, clothesline out the back (but sorry, no rocking chair!)

  • The Bungalow
    From $135.00

    Across the road from Arcadia Valley Escape is their Station 'Sunnyholt', here you will find The Bungalow. Originally built as a guest house it can sleep up to three guests, with one queen bedroom and a single bedroom. Complete with a full kitchen, laundry facilities and an open living area. It has air-conditioning throughout and an outside fireplace.

  • The Shepherds Hut
    From $120.00

    Before Europeans discovered that Dingos liked the taste of lamb, Arcadia Valley was used as a sheep station. Due to the hungry hounds this idea didn't last too long, however the remanence of their shearing days have been preserved in the form of the original Shepherds Hut which has since been completely renovated and turned into a cosy cottage nestled amongst the poplar box trees. The Shepherds Hut is the definition of "cosy" with a single room for the entire living, dining and sleeping area. Self contained kitchen and laundry and equipped with all the mod-cons and fully air-conditioned you will have a most relaxing stay.

  • The Outpost
    From $200.00

    The jewel in the Arcadia Valley Escape fleet. The Outpost is their latest and greatest addition to the farm stay. It has been built out of sandstone and corrugated iron in the early European settlers style. This house is not for everyone as it is completely off the grid. Its lights and fridge are run off solar power with a generator back-up. It is as unique as its surroundings, based on the foothills of Arcadia Valleys most predominant mountain, Castle Hill. The view is breathtaking, and the experience is one to remember. The Outpost is perfect whether you are a couple wanting to get away for a couple of days or a group of campers wanting to use the building for a base.

  • Caravan Site
    From $20.00

    Park your caravan amongst the box trees and enjoy the privacy alongside the mighty Brown river as you relax over looking their man-made wetland dams. Grab a mud map when you arrive and explore what the station has to offer - birdwatching, canoeing, fishing, bushwalking, star gazing, swimming and property tours. Camp fires and camp fire cooking. With Carnarvon Gorge only 115 kilometres north, it's the perfect place to set up camp and see the highlights of Carnarvon Gorge in a day trip. Caravanners must be fully self-sufficient as there are no facilities available. Enjoy a wine around the fire at night where you can catch up with fellow travellers. Open 1 April to 30 September.

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