An exclusive private estate Wilderness Riding Lodge

set in the heart of the Blue Mountains.



Megalong Horse Riding Adventures allows you to enjoy the best of the Blue Mountains at this unique venue in stunning wilderness bushland. Experience horses, cattle, wildlife, rural lifestyles in our guesthouse  or camping.    



Escape the Mundane to the beautiful Megalong Valley in the Blue Mountains

 for one night at our bed and breakfast, just two hours out of Sydney.

The Country Escape

For those who are getting too stressed in the city. Come and stay at the Ranch Lodge, saddle up for an exciting 2 hour horse riding adventure.  Freshen up with a shower  then its time to chill out, sit back and relax with our sampler of wines and cheeses.

Includes Hot Breakfast, 2 hours of  horse riding; wine & cheese sampler; and dinner.

Limited availability so please check first.


Your getaway includes a horse riding adventure through pristine wilderness and pastures. This is the perfect one-night escape for anyone who loves fresh country air  and a chance to relax and unwind. After your hot breakfast served on the lawn, you can grab a book and  read, or grab a camera and wander to capture the moment.

This experience is the ultimate Australian getaway, combining a bed-and-breakfast retreat with an exhilarating horse riding trail ride.  Set in the beautiful Megalong Valley in the Blue Mountains, it sits just below the rugged, majestic sandstone cliffs and has views of the winding Cox's River. Yet it is serene and tranquil with vast stretches of pasture land and pristine wilderness areas nearby.

Your overnight stay includes a two-hour guided horse ride, which you can choose to participate in on either day. It doesn't matter if you are a beginner, you'll be matched with a horse that compliments your level of riding experience.

We have  horses of differing temperaments for you to choose from. Your trail ride leaves from the farmyard and meanders through paddocks, along ridges and down through the wilderness.

 You may also be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of some of the native animals that live here - wallabies, kangaroos, goannas or wombats.