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Susan River Homestead Adventure Resort

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Susan River Homestead Adventure Resort opened its doors in 1978 to the traveller and adventure seeker. Today it is a place where you can relax or venture out to enjoy the many activities the resort has to offer.

Horse riding on the 1660 acre property is the most popular attraction. The resort has over 50 gentle, well-mannered horses to choose from, so all ages and levels of experience are suitably catered for. Each month around the time of the full moon, a night horse ride and dinner is held on a Saturday evening.

Then there is water skiing, knee or wake boarding and tube riding on the resort's own 17 acre lake. All of these action activities are great fun.

The meals are plentiful and tasty, the three star air conditioned ensuite accommodation is very comfortable and welcomes you each night. Naturally the resort has tennis and volleyball courts, swimming pool and an Olympic size trampoline for a classic workout. Apart from holidays, the resort is popular for weddings, live in seminars, trade functions, parties and day visitors.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Activities

  • Horseriding

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Tours

Horse Riding Adventure

Horse riding on the 1,660 acre property is the most popular attraction. The Resort has over 50 gentle mannered horses to choose from, so all ages and levels of experience are well catered for. The rides are over pasture and bush land where you can enjoy the cattle and perhaps also the wildlife. The friendly staff endeavour to make it a ride you will not forget, by helping you with your skills along the way.

Each month as close to the full moon we enjoy a night ride and dinner. An evening spent around the fire with friends and family is an adventure that will stay in your memories for a long time.

The afternoon kicks off about 4.30pm with the ride out to the Susan River where a bowl of hot pumpkin soup and bread is waiting for you. Enjoy a billy tea or coffee before climbing back on the horses for a night trek back to the homestead. By then the stars or the moon is out and brightening the way for you. A full barbecue smorgasbord is waiting for the riders or friends to devour in the recently renovated restaurant.

Indicative rates

From To Inclusions
$85.00 $100.00

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