Stockyard Creek provides quality remote group accommodation, with self catering facilities or options for full or partial catering. The property is ideal for horse riders, bushwalkers and nature explorers looking for a hot shower and flushing toilets.
Located on the door step of the Alpine National Park and within the picturesque Howqua Hills, this rustic Mountain Cattleman’s Homestead at Stockyard Creek tells stories of it’s traditional owners the Taungurung people and the people who have lived in the valley since.
The homestead is complemented by a comfortable living area containing a large open fireplace and commercial gas stove as well as a gas fridge. A gas barbecue is provided out on the deck. There is a turbine using water from the creek and the lake which provides basic low voltage lighting for the Old Homestead and there are three flush toilets and three showers.
The property lends itself to families or clubs or other groups having a weekend get-together. The Homestead is basic, comfortable, rustic. You will have exclusive use of the property for your stay.
Accommodation arrangements include bunkrooms, some separate double rooms and plenty of places swags. Guests self cater and bring their own bedding and towels or arrangements can be made for linen and/or meals to be provided.
indicativePrices From $2000 to $9000
Minimum – two nights stay, up to 30 people self catering, BYO bedding. Weddings, functions and experiences, can be tailored to your needs.