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Lavender Vale Homestead

Kwiambal National Park

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Like neighbouring Lavender Vale Cottage, this hard-roofed accommodation combines a convenient location with many comforts like hot showers, barbecues, heating and air-conditioning.

Accommodation Details
Accommodation type Homestead
Where 2531A Limestone Road, Wallangra, NSW, 2360 - in Kwiambal National Park
Bedrooms 6
Maximum guests 20
Facilities Barbecue facilities, drinking water, showers, toilets, electric power, kitchen, plates and cutlery, pots and pans, air conditioning, washing machine, rubbish bin
What to bring Bed sheets, blankets, pillows, towels
Please note
  • Check in after 2pm. Check out by 10am. Fees may apply for late check outs.
  • Bookings can be made for Monday or Friday check ins only: Friday to Monday (3 nights), Monday to Friday (4 nights), Monday to Monday or Friday to Friday (7 nights).
  • The homestead is in a remote location, please arrive well prepared.

With more than enough space for up to 20 people, Lavender Vale Homestead is the best place in Kwiambal National Park to stretch out and relax in comfort. For even bigger groups, you can book it simultaneously with Lavender Vale Cottage and take over the entire area, surrounded by open plains and foraging wildlife.

Bring binoculars for birdwatching – wedge-tailed eagles often soar overhead, and chattering cockatoos are plentiful in the area. Fishing enthusiasts will want to venture over to Macintyre or Severn River in search of Murray cod. There’s swimming and hiking too, lookouts and picnic spots by ironbarks and eucalypts.

After a long day exploring the park, you can retire to Lavender Vale Homestead and take advantage of its kitchen facilities, slow combustion wood heater, and hot showers. There’s even air-conditioning for the warmer months, though resting on the open verandah offers a cool respite for nature-lovers.

The size and position of Lavender Vale Homestead makes it ideal for extended families and adventure groups – indeed, anybody can settle in and make themselves at home in no time.

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