Thee Waters High Country Holidays

Three Waters High Country Horsetel

Crackin Cancer ride May 2012

Crackin Cancer Ride May 2012

Three Waters in Spring

Three Waters in Spring

Camp Cooking

Camp Cooking

Steve and Hannah - Beardy Waters Crossing

Stev & Hannah - Beardy Waters

Bring your horse on holiday concept is a reality at ‘Three Waters’.   After an initial  2 hour orientation ride with the host you can ride for hours enjoying timbered forests, beautiful valleys with wildflowers, open grasslands, river and creek/river crossings.   Coloured birdlife, kangaroos and wild deer are plentiful in the area and add plenty of interest during your ride.

Your accommodation options are fully self-contained ensuite cabins, powered or unpowered camping sites with shelter sheds and campfires.   There is a communal building called ‘The Guyah’ which has shower and toilet facilities, communal gas cooking and dining area.   This facility also has a large verandah with gas BBQs and a large campfire for entertaining.

We provide:

  • Safe holding paddocks,
  • Dam and tap water,
  • Loading ramp and holding yards,
  • Round yard with sandy floor for exercising and training, and
  • 65 metres long x 35 metres wide exercising arena.
Please see Prices / Booking for accommodation prices.
Horse Agistment  
Per horse $15 per day/night
Initial Orientation  
2 hours guided ride $25 per rider
Longer guided hours are available – please enquire on arrival.
Guided tours using Three Water’s horses are available please see Activities


Crackin' Cancer Annual Horseride

‘Three Waters’, supported by the Cancer Council of NSW, hosts an annual 130 km horse ride through beautiful country that is only ever seen by the landowners and includes river crossing, abandoned mining sites and magnificent high range countryside.  Check out the Crackin' Cancer FaceBook page: for up-to-date information and dates.

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