Accommodation & Meals

Higgins Hut forms the centrepiece of our accommodation. Built in 1933, it is an open space where riders gather to enjoy meals and the warmth of the open fire.

Sleeping accommodation is provided in our rustic Bunk House, which sleeps up to 20. The bunk house is separated into partitioned rooms to provide privacy for smaller groups and is heated by a traditional wood burner.

A short stroll from the bunk house is our shower block, where riders can enjoy a piping hot shower after a long day in the saddle. In the height of Summer, some guests prefer to cool off with a dip in the ice cold waters of Shaws Creek, which flows through our lands on Bennison Plains.

Accommodation and meals are inclusive in our tour price. We focus on simple, hearty food that reflects our surroundings.

A typical daily menu includes:


  • Selection of cereals or porridge
  • Bacon/Sausage & Egg on Toast
  • Toast & preserves

Lunch (packed in saddle bags to be eaten on the ride)

  • Ham, cheese & salad sandwiches
  • Fruit cake/Cereal Bars
  • Fresh Fruit


  • Pot Roast served with all the trimmings
  • Fruit Salad & Ice Cream

Tea & coffee are provided at all meals. Guests are welcome to bring their own soft drinks and/or alcohol.

Special dietary requirements can be catered for on request.