Shandonvale Station

Barcaldine, Barcaldine Area

Indicative Rate * AU$225 to AU$320

Shandonvale is a working outback station that offer guests a unique combination luxury accommodation, regional cuisine and a hands on in sight to life on the land.

Located on the clay pans of Aramac creek their 100 year old shearing quarters has been fully restored to there past grandeur, which comfortably accommodates one to eight guests, four Queen size bedrooms featured throughout, fully self contained kitchen and dinning, featuring nineteenth century wood stove, three showers, two toilets and a classic claw foot tub, washing and laundry facility.

All guests receive a organic station breakfast basket on arrival, dinner at the homestead each evening and a endless amount of outback adventures of your liking. These may include sunset tour, canoeing the waterholes, fishing, hand feeding the stations pets, a shoot at the gun range, mustering sheep, riding shot gun in a helicopter, or simply relaxing by the camp fire.

Shandonvale is a short 45 minute drive north of Barcaldine, a one and a half hour drive from the iconic western centre of Longreach or three hours from Winton, the dinosaur capital of Australia, and for those who are travelling by air they provide free pick up from both town centres.

Facilities

  • 24 hour Reception
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Public Telephone
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
Shandonvale
Barcaldine, Barcaldine Area
Queensland
Australia

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