Join a guided tour or take to the self-guided hiking trails at Home Valley to discover an outback adventure playground.
Accommodation and camping options are available; more information here.
Enjoy the majestic star-scape at Balanggarra Home Valley in a location where we have some of the lowest light pollution in the world. Using state of the art telescopes and equipment, your astronomy guide will lead you over to the circle of stars where you will be given expert advice. They will point out the stars, celestial objects and planets using a laser pointer as well as making it personal by answering any of your questions, such as exploring our place in the universe or pointing out zodiac signs.
The tour starts at 6:45pm and ends at 8:15pm.
Price: $54 per adult, $30 per child (3-15 years)
Enjoy a morning out with our experienced tour guides, as you get to experience and explore Balanggarra Home Valley country. Discover the history of Home Valley, including its pastoral life, as well as Balanggarra cultural insights. You will be taken to special locations around the station such as Bindoola Falls, the Cockburn lookout and venture across Bindoola Creek to look out over the vast Balanggarra landscape.
This tour runs daily from 8:00am to 11:30am. Morning tea will be provided. Please bring your hat and camera.
Price: $135 per adult, $75 per child (3-15 years)
Experience our breathtaking ‘backyard’ as you relax and take in the unforgettable Balanggarra Home Valley landscape. This is a small group experience at one of the private lookouts on the property. You will not be disappointed as you unwind with nibbles and a drink in hand to watch the sun setting in this beautiful, untouched Kimberley outback.
This tour leaves daily at 4pm and is hosted by our experienced local guides. Drinks and snacks are provided.
Price: $135 per adult, $50 per child (3-15 years)
Home Valley's magnificent landscapes feature seven self-guided walking trails for you to explore. Each trail is unique and features a rare beauty only found in the Kimberley wilderness. Take a short walk to the Cockburn Lookout, or through the Nyarli Lagoon to spot some birds; explore the area around Bindoola Gorge and Falls; search out some early wildflowers in Wildflower Valley, or walk to the Mount Bald lookout for panoramic views!
Trail durations and difficulty levels vary, from an easy one hour, gentle walk to a more challenging three-hour trek. You may need to 4WD to the start of some of the trails.