Karamea Homestead is located in a relaxed remote rural setting in Curracabundi National Park, approximately one hour 15 minutes drive North West of Gloucester.
You must book ahead to arrange access to the property.
The homestead is in a remote location, so ensure you’re thoroughly prepared, bring appropriate clothing and equipment, and adequate food. The homestead is fully-furnished and has a full kitchen, four bedrooms (two queen beds and six king size single beds) and two bathrooms, providing comfortable accommodation for up to ten people. Linen and pillows are supplied. You’ll need to bring your own towels. There is no mobile phone reception at Karamea.
The homestead’s large open plan living and dining room area with a modern kitchen is perfect for entertaining or for simply relaxing. There are also lots of activities to keep you occupied, including swimming or fishing in the Barnard River, as well as opportunities for birdwatching.
Karamea has been made available for horse riding opportunities for guests staying at the homestead. Horse riding is permitted along identified routes and trails. Guests intending to bring their horses are required to provide temporary yarding of their horses. There are no stables or established yards. For more information on horse riding at Karamea, contact the NPWS Office at Gloucester,
ph 6538 5300.
Booking periods are from Friday to Sunday, and from Monday to Thursday. Check-in time is after 2pm, check-out time is 10am.
There is a minimum of two nights booking.
Domestic pets are not permitted, and standard national park rules apply. Contact NPWS Gloucester for more information if required.
Visitors are reminded that the cattle stations along Giro Road and lands adjacent to Karamea are private property, and trespassing is not permitted.
Midweek $400 per night
Weekend $450 per night
Bookings must be a minimum 2 nights
Long Weekends minimum 3 night stay
To Book please call 0427 589 075