HUTS AND ACCOMMODATION
You arrive in your vehicle at Island Hills Station and stay in the the shearer’s quarters which have been converted to provide rooms with two single beds in each. You just need your own sleeping bag. There is a hot shower and a fully equipped kitchen with an oven,BBQ and fridge.
The Valley Camp is a large open plan lodge, with interior curtains for added privacy and a fully equipped kitchen, gas cooking facilities,BBQ, hot shower and a small gas fridge/freezer for perishable items.
Set in native bush forest, the Bush Hut built in 1932 has all the characteristics of early pioneering times with a few modern facilities such as gas cookers, small fridge/freezer and a hot shower. It has bunks and semi-permanent tents situated behind the hut with amazing views of the mountains.
All beds are fitted with comfortable high grade mattresses, bedding protectors and pillows, with your own daily fresh pillow case. All you need is a sleeping bag.
All kitchens are fully equipped with:
Gas cookers, fridges, cutlery, plates, pots, pans, coffee plungers, tea towels, items for washing up and lots more. You need nothing but your food. The Cook House also has an oven.
When you are dropped off at the beginning of the track on the first day the track ranger will give you a history of the farm, conservation projects and the surrounding area.
Island Hills Station is a working sheep, cattle and honey farm with it’s own protected conservation reserve.
Fully Equipped Huts
No WiFi or coverage
BBQ's at Each Hut
Bush Hut is the third night accommodation a wonderful forest setting and a real step back in time. Situated in the middle of one of the biggest QEII conservation covenants in the country.
The Valley Camp Hut was built for pest control and mustering and now gives you the chance to spend your second evening in the heart of the high country.