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Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia has introduced a number of free guest experiences to Home Valley Station, the unique working cattle station in Western Australia's East Kimberly region that joined the Voyages portfolio of properties and tourism experiences earlier this year. These free experiences are in addition to the already popular horse riding and cattle mustering activities that guests have enjoyed for many years.


"It is very fitting that the Indigenous Land Corporation's (ILC) inaugural tourism development is now part of Voyages' portfolio,”says Voyages Managing Director Koos Klein. “Home Valley Station has been running as a successful tourist operation for many years and we will continue to invite guests to enjoy the whole range of experiences on offer.”


The new free experiences include a nightly star talk at the 'Circle of Stars', a daily horsemanship show and a selection of 4WD and bush walking tracks that are particular popular with active travelers. Guests can also enjoy free nightly live entertainment by Indigenous Artists in the Dusty Bar and Grill.  Local Indigenous artist Kevin Waina has also set up a gallery at Home Valley where guests can watch Kevin at work and discuss his original artworks.


“The five day Kimberly Heritage Cattle Drive is an authentic cattle muster that is a popular choice for guests looking to spend more time in the saddle and experience droving with Home Valley Station's stockmen. Guests enjoy nights around the campfire and sleeping under the stars in swag,” says Mr Klein.


Home Valley Station offers guests an opportunity to experience this unique part of Australia with a range of accommodation options to suit all travel styles and budgets within a working cattle station.

Accommodation includes the premium level Grass Castles, the Homestead Guesthouse Rooms and Eco Tents which are a safari-style tented cabin.

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