Having fun in the water
Beautiful beach at sunset
On the edge of the waves
Splashing in the water
Galloping along the beach
Three gallop along the beach
The river at sunset
Riding along the river
Riding on the dirt tracks
Cooling down in the river
Leaving the beach
Riders below
On the rock trail
Horses in the paddock
Views of the property
Relax by the pool
Light and comfortable lounge and diner
Modern and bright bedroom
Relax on the verandah
Mirror reflection

Riders come from all around the world to experience the Australian bushland and beaches on horseback. In New South Wales the landscape is diverse and with undulating hills through eucalyptus forests, pockets of rainforest and miles of pacific beaches offering opportunities for long trots and gallops in various bush, beach and mountain terrains.

This ride is ideal for experienced riders with options for non riders to join them. Ride on carefully selected and trained Australian-bred Arabian horses whose agility, great stamina and adaptability to the Australian climate conditions are ideal horses for multi-day long distance trail riding through challenging terrain. Welcoming Australian hospitality, comfortable, quality accommodation and meals await you.

Please Note: The opinions expressed in these reviews are the author's and do not necessarily reflect the views of Unicorn Trails Ltd. These reviews are "directly from the horses mouth" and unedited. Unicorn Trails may make additional comments for clarification clearly identified in red.

Review received from AW of Kirkby Stephen on 01/02/2018

Ride Summary

What was your overall impression of the holiday
I literally had a blast. It was amazing, from the location, to Kathy's hospitality, to the horses, the landscape, wow. 100% recommend.
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Kathy was great, absolutely made the trip and made sure I was well matched to the horses
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Was amazed by the horses day after day, these are long rides and what they were capable of was incredible. Great tack in perfect condition and the horses are allowed to be "horses" and clearly enjoy their work
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Slight confusion with train arrival, my train was late, and I had to wait half an hour or so in station in middle of nowhere but all good. I actually tried one of the UK emergency contact nos and it didn't work?!
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It's fast paced. I was a bit nervous about riding Arabians but they were great as they're in regular work. It is however a fast ride and quite challenging simply because of how long the routes are so not for beginners.
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Unicorn comments: Thanks for the superb comments!

BASED STAY:
Day 1
Arrival in the afternoon. Transfer from Port Macquarie or Kendall Railway Station at fixed times (check in at 3pm if self drive). Dinner with your hosts and co-riders to discuss the week ahead.

Day 2
Introductory Forest Ride through the hilly terrain of the Kerewong State Forest with tall eucalyptus forests and pockets of rainforest. Stop at a creek side picnic ground in the middle of the forest for lunch. Wildlife we may encounter on our rides and on the farm are Wallabies, Goanna’s and many bird species including Black Cockatoo’s (3 hours riding).

Day 3
Ride to impressive Comboyne Mountain (670 m), its peak can be seen from the riding centre. Magnificent 360 degree view at the top. Horses and riders enjoy a well deserved lunch break at the peak, before descending back home. 5 hours riding.

Day 4
Long day ride starting along a historic timber railway line to a local winery. Creek crossings, an adventurous steep descent and fantastic long gallops. On arrival, taste the local produce while looking over the vineyards. Transfer back to riding centre. 5-6 hours riding.

Day 5
Fabulous beach ride along the Pacific Ocean, galloping in the waves. Look out for dolphins and a close encounter with kangaroos. Lunch in the dunes, fish & chips at the fisherman's co-op or at the local Macadamia Farm Café. Transfer by horse trailer. 2 hours riding.

Day 6
Farmland horse ride to the beautiful green rolling and fertile farmland of the Comboyne Plateau. On clear days we can see views to the Pacific Ocean. 6 hours riding.

Day 7
Departure after breakfast. Transfer to Kendall Railway station or Port Macquarie (check out at 10am if self drive). There will be an optional stop at Port Macquarie Koala Hospital for those with a departure transfer to Port Macquarie.

Itinerary is for guidance only and may be altered due to State Forest activities, weather & terrain conditions or other unforeseen circumstances.

Shorter riding programmes available on request.

Facilities: stables & accommodation, 60 acres farm property

Accommodation level: 1 upmarket studio-style cabin accommodation in private setting with veranda and view over the valley and forest, bathroom (toilet/shower), air-conditioning, fridge, coffee/tea facilities. Ideal for a couple or 2 singles travelling together. Single rooms can be requested at no extra charge.

The main house or lodge in modern Australian style has 1 single bedroom with ensuite (toilet shower) and 1 double/twin room with ensuite bathroom (toilet/shower). Both rooms have ceiling fans.

The Lodge also has a large communal entertainment area for guests, to sit together and have meals and drinks in a family atmosphere. There is a wide veranda to relax after a day riding and enjoy the magnificent view of the garden with native plants and trees, the large horse paddocks and valley.

Fixed Transfer Times:

Transfer times are fixed. Other transfer times are on request only and may include an extra transfer fee of up to $150 per trip.
Exception: Alternative times for pick up/ drop off for train to/ from Brisbane is free of charge

Pick up transfers:
Port Macquarie airport: around 5.15 pm (meeting flights arriving between 4.30 – 5.30 pm).
Kendall train station: 6.15 pm (meeting train from Sydney).
Pick up from train from Brisbane on request (free of charge).

Departure transfers:
Port Macquarie airport: drop off from 10.30 am, suits flights departing after 11.30 am (earlier transfers on request)
Kendall train station: 9am (for train to Sydney).

Please note: All itineraries are given for your guidance only and it may be altered on the ground and in accordance with the prevailing conditions by the organising team.

Horses & Riding

The horses: There are 7 Purebred Arabians and 1 Andalusian-Thoroughbred cross in work (plus 3 retired horses). 5 Arabian horses are between 14.1 and 15 hands high. There are only 2 taller horses: a 15.3 hands high Arabian and the 16.2 hands high Andalusian-TB. The working trail horses’ ages are between 8 and 19 years; they live outside in the herd year-round and are occasionally stabled in bad weather. The horses are schooled and well trained for long distance trail riding, forward going, spirited, responsive and in excellent condition. All Arabian horses come from good endurance bloodlines and have completed 40 km endurance competitions as part of their early training. Some of the horses are suitable for intermediate riders and some are only for advanced riders. Every effort is made to match horse and rider.


Riding style:

•The horses are trained to be ridden English style with a loose rein or light contact.

•When riding uphill or galloping riders should sit in a raised or 2-point position (similar to when jumping), standing in the stirrups and leaning forward, alleviating the horse’s back.

•Downhill slopes are always in walk and riders should sit straight, balanced and slightly standing in stirrups (not leaning back), to alleviate the horse’s back.


Tack:

•Tack is of a very high standard and kept in good condition.

•Australian made Endurance saddles: leather (Mackinder) and synthetic (Wintec). Wintec All Purpose and Dressage Saddles.

•Snaffle bits, hackamores or bitless bridles/ Natural Horsemanship halters.

•Synthetic Endurance breastplates, some with martingale.

•Small saddlebag to carry water bottle (supplied), personal items for the day, lunch on some days.


Length and pace of rides: Except for the first day (3 hours) and the beach ride (2 hours), all day rides are 4 - 6 hours in the saddle. This is broken up by lunch (minimum 1 hour) and sometimes an extra refreshment stop. Horses are unsaddled for lunch. After each stop riders lead the horses for a few minutes to loosen the horses' (and the riders') muscles before mounting.


Ride pace is varied and moderate (long downhill walks, fast pace uphill) with some fast canters / galloping sections. Terrain: We ride through NSW State Forests, private farm properties, Crown Land and some public rural roads. Most country is undulating to steep terrain with some narrow overgrown rainforest trails. Rides go into remote and isolated areas, with limited mobile phone reception and assistance from third parties not immediately available. Leading the horses on foot over short distances may on occasion be required and a reasonable level of fitness is required for all horse riding tours.

Rider requirements

This ride is for very confident intermediate riders to advanced horse riders only. For the minimum riding ability required (intermediate) you are expected to have a firm and balanced seat, had formal riding lessons to master the basic horse riding aids and skills, be confident and capable to control a fit and forward going horse in all paces (including long stretches of posting/rising trot and gallops) in open, varied, sometimes challenging country and to be able to mount and dismount unassisted.

Beginner and novice riders and children are not suitable for our rides (occasionally exceptions are made for children aged 15 years and over depending on riding ability).

We regret we are unable to take riders who only ride in Western Style, as our horses are not trained in this discipline.

For safety reasons we reserve the right to prevent a client from riding if we feel they do not fulfil any of the above competence levels.

Horse and rider safety are a consideration at all times and the wearing of safety helmets (provided) and suitable riding boots/shoes (heeled) are compulsory for all riders at all times.

Guests can offer to help with the horses (but not in the kitchen!) and get their horse ready in the morning, saddle / unsaddle and wash & clean up the horse and tack, if they want (always supervised), but this is by no means compulsory or expected.

Maximum weight is 80 kilo. Advanced riders up to 85 kilo will be considered depending on their height.

For the horses' sake: It is important that you give us your accurate weight (even if you are not close to the weight limit) because of the size and light frame of our Arabian horses, the pace of our rides, the hot weather in summer and the partly steep terrain. Groups are carefully planned according to the rider abilities and weight so that is it suitable for the horses and more enjoyable for you!

Weight Limit

The weight limit for this ride is 13 st/176 lb/80 kg, please enquire if you are an experienced rider exceeding this weight.

Your accommodation is situated on a 60 acre horse farm property adjacent to the Kerewong State Forest. The main lodge residence has a large communal dining / living room and wide veranda, which overlooks the horses grazing in the field, the saltwater pool and garden with native Australian plants and trees and wildlife – in particular parrots and wallabies. The lodge has 2 single bedrooms and 1 double / twin bedroom. The separate studio-style Cabin has a queen and single bed (for single / double / twin occupancy). All rooms have their own bathroom with shower and toilet (except 1 single room, consequently in the event of 4 solo travellers, 2 singles will share a bathroom). Maximum occupancy is 6-7 people (but max. 4 horse riders).


During the centre-based riding programmes guests will stay at the lodge riding out every day in different directions and returning in the afternoon. Bed linen, towels, pool towels (in summer), hand and shower wash are provided in the rooms. Hair dryers are provided. Rooms are not serviced during the ride but please ask if you need anything replaced or cleaned.


Meals and drinks: •Emphasis is on fresh home-cooked meals and light salad lunches. •Buffet style breakfast with toast, condiments, cereals, yogurt, fruit. Cooked eggs & bacon on some mornings. •Lunch during day rides: light picnic lunches (cheese and salads) brought to you by 4WD support vehicle or saddlebag (sandwich) lunch. •2 course dinner at the dining table in the communal area, international and Australian specialties: beef stew, pasta, chicken, fish, roast dinner, barbecue. •Vegetarians and gluten free diets can be catered for (request on booking). •Juice, soft drinks (lemonade and coke), filtered rain (tank) water, milk, tea, coffee and hot chocolate are freely available on a self-serve basis. •Wine is served with dinner. •Beer and additional wine can be purchased at local bottle shop on arrival (during pick-up transfer), the winery ride destination or BYO (Bring Your Own). •Our drinking water is rain (tank) water and we recommend that you drink the filtered water from the water jugs in the common area or fridge.


The lodge is dependant on rainfall for the total water supply. Therefore there are no laundry facilities offered for horse riding guests. Please be aware that the water is precious. If you wish you can hand wash your most urgent clothes in the bathroom basin and you are welcome to hang them to dry on the washing line behind the garage. Depending on the water reserves some exceptions for washing clothes can be made for international guests that are traveling for a longer period - please make requests when booking.

Vegetarian or other dietary requirements can be accommodated with advanced notice. Please contact Unicorn Trails with requests.

Documents - Visa and Consulate Info

Please note that it is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct documentation in place for your trip. If Visa’s are required the requirements can change from year to year depending on diplomatic relations. Please request information from the appropriate Consulate in your home country. Unicorn Trails will assist with any questions you have or supply any necessary supporting documents as required by the consulate on request.

General information:

Visas are required for all travel to Australia. British visitors can obtain Electronic Travel Authorities (ETAs) via the Australian High Commission (Australia House, Strand, London, WC2B 4LA; tel: 020 7379 4334) or directly via the Department of Immigration & Multicultural & Indigenous Affairs. Website: www.immi.gov.au/e_visa/index.htm.

The British consulate in Canberra can be found at Piccadilly House, 39 Brindabella Circuit, Brindabella Business Park, Canberra Airport, CANBERRA ACT 2609. Telephone: +61 (2) 1902 941 555. Email: bhc.consular@mail.uk.emb.gov.au

The Foreign and Commonwealth office also provides travel advice on their excellent we site at www.fco.gov.uk

Climate Summary

New South Wales lies in the temperate zone and the climate is generally free from extremes of heat and cold. The greatest heat is usually experienced in the north-west and the coldest region is the Snowy Mountains. Rainfall varies widely over the state, gradually diminishing to an annual average of 180 mm in the far north-west.

The climate is temperate and slightly humid in the coastal areas of NSW. The deserts of the interior experience hot days and cold nights. Irregular floods and droughts occur, some times due to the El Nino effect. The average amount of daily sunshine is about 6.7 hours.

Australia is a country of extreme weather conditions. Although most of the time the weather is fantastic, there can be quite severe weather conditions, in particular when compared to European weather.

On the hottest summer days rides are started very early in the morning and return early afternoon to spend the afternoons relaxing near the swimming pool. Ride pace is adjusted to weather and terrain conditions (slower pace in hot, humid and / or wet weather, slippery trails).

In case of severe weather warnings (severe rain or storms) and local bush fire danger we may be unable to go out riding due to safety concerns. We will try to arrange an alternative programme for you whenever possible (wine Tasting Tour, Port Macquarie town, Koala Hospital).

Climate Chart

Health

There are no specific health issues when travelling to Australia. Please check with your doctor before travel.

For up to date information on health abroad please contact the Medical Advisors For Travellers Abroad. Their website can be found at www.masta.org or see the department of Health's website at www.dh.gov.uk

Electricity

Voltage is the same as in the UK and most appliances such as battery chargers for videos, hair dryers etc. can be plugged in with appropriate adapters. These are available for purchase at most airports and travel shops.

Film and Camera Equipment

Cameras can be charged every night at the lodge.

Mobile phone reception and internet:
Mobile phone reception on the property is poor and limited to SMS texting. Most riding days have some opportunity for mobile phone reception.
Free WiFi internet access is available for guests who bring their own Internet device. The use is limited to "standard" internet and email usage and short Skype phone calls. Please don’t download large files like movies or large photo files, make long Skype video calls, etc.

Packing List

•Suitable riding boots or shoes (with a small heel to prevent slipping through stirrups).
•Lightweight rain / wind jacket that fits into the (provided) saddlebags. Australian made full-length oilskin coats can be provided.
•Helmets are compulsory: you can bring your own or helmets can be provided.
•Sunscreen, sunglasses, compact camera, riding gloves, and all the other usual things for travel in Australia and horse riding
•Long sleeved shirts (protection from sun and branches)
•Warm slippers for winter evenings
•Tall leather boots are not recommended, especially in summer, because of the hot weather and humidity. Instead it is recommend to wear short riding boots with short chaps. A small assortment of secondhand short chaps is available for guests to use.

Please be aware that all used horse riding gear must be declared on arrival into Australia and must be clean and free of sand and horse hair.

Programmes

This is a 7 day/6 night programme with 5 days riding available on set dates throughout the year. Tailor-made packages on request for 2 or more.

Departure Dates

2018: 29 Nov; 14 Dec.
2019: 2, 14, 25 Jan; 10, 24 Feb; 10, 24 March; 11, 25 April; 12, 26 May; 9, 24 Jun; 8, 25 Jul; 8, 22 Aug; 5, 22 Sept; 6, 20 Oct; 3, 17 Nov; 1, 15 Dec.

Pricing
Single supplement must be paid if booking alone.

Compulsory for Trail Ride if booking alone. No single supplement for Stationary Programme.

No of   
days/nights
Riding days Product item description £
20187d/6n5Stationary programme double pp1,249
20187d/6n5Trail double pp1,419
20187d/6n5Single supplement for the trail88
20187d/6n51 day extension to trail - Winery day ride235
20187d/6n5supplement - single rider319
20197d/6n5Stationary programme double pp1,439
20197d/6n5single supplement255
No of   
days/nights
Riding days Product item description
20187d/6n5Stationary programme double pp1,385
20187d/6n5Trail double pp1,575
20187d/6n5Single supplement for the trail97
20187d/6n51 day extension to trail - Winery day ride259
20187d/6n5supplement - single rider355
20197d/6n5Stationary programme double pp1,599
20197d/6n5single supplement285
No of   
days/nights
Riding days Product item description $
20187d/6n5Stationary programme double pp1,579
20187d/6n5Trail double pp1,799
20187d/6n5Single supplement for the trail109
20187d/6n51 day extension to trail - Winery day ride295
20187d/6n5supplement - single rider405
20197d/6n5Stationary programme double pp1,825
20197d/6n5single supplement325
No of   
days/nights
Riding days Product item description SEK
20187d/6n5Stationary programme double pp14,305
20187d/6n5Trail double pp16,285
20187d/6n5Single supplement for the trail999
20187d/6n51 day extension to trail - Winery day ride2,669
20187d/6n5supplement - single rider3,669
20197d/6n5Stationary programme double pp16,505
20197d/6n5single supplement2,935
Other Activities

Non-riders can be accommodated but it is recommended that non-riders have a rental car to explore the area. The non-rider can sometimes travel with the support vehicle to the lunch meeting and can also be transported to the other accommodations if required (during trek).

When not horse riding, there are many other tourist attractions & holiday activities in the NSW Mid North Coast region. These include stunning coastal walks, pristine beaches, surfing, fishing, waterfalls, lookouts, Australian wildlife watching, birdwatching, bushwalking, national parks, golf courses, Macadamia Nut Farm, wineries, Port Macquarie and Taree coastal tourist towns, Koala-hospital and historic Timbertown.

Wildlife

Most of Australia’s wildlife is active at night, but during the day on the farm or on horseback you may see wallabies, kangaroos, bandicoots, goannas, lizards, colorful bird life (king parrots, rainbow lorikeets, black cockatoo’s, kookaburras, eagles) and if you are lucky maybe even a koala in a gumtree! We regularly see dolphins in the ocean during the beach ride.

Snakes are sometimes seen on the rides but have never caused any problems as the horses are used to seeing the snakes and the snakes will move away when we encounter them, as most are not aggressive.

Other Information

Mobile phone reception and internet:
Mobile phone reception on the property is poor and limited to SMS texting. Most riding days have some opportunity for mobile phone reception.
Free WiFi internet access is available for guests who bring their own Internet device. The use is limited to "standard" internet and email usage and short Skype phone calls. Please don’t download large files like movies or large photo files, make long Skype video calls, etc.

Other Country Information

In 1768 the British Admiralty instructed Captain James Cook to begin a search for the 'Great South Island' first reached by Dutch sailors in the early 17th century. The crew of The Endeavour subsequently landed at Botany Bay and claimed the Island for the British. King George III decided that Botany Bay should become the destination for British convicts under sentence of transportation and in January 1788 the first fleet sailed under the command of Captain Arthur Phillip. In total more than 168,000 convicts were transported but the discovery of gold in the 1850s also began to attract free settlers to the Island.

The indigenous population of Australia, the Aboriginies, have suffered as a result of this colonisation. However succesive governments have addressed this issue and there are now several government organisations and laws protecting and supporting these people and their claim to land.

Australia is a multi-cultural country, so its not unusual to walk down a street and hear people speaking Italian, Greek, Lebanese, Vietnamese or Arabic as their first language. Aboriginal languages are also spoken. English-speaking Australians have a passion for abbreviations and are liable to use a hotchpotch of local slang that can take the first-time visitor a while to untangle.

Australia's biggest attraction is its natural beauty. The landscape varies from endless sunbaked horizons to dense tropical rainforest to chilly southern beaches. Scattered along the coasts, its cities blend a European enthusiasm for art and food with a laid-back love of sport and the outdoors.

Australia is between eight and ten hours ahead of GMT depending on where in the country you are. They use the metric weights and measures system, so kilometres and kilograms instead of miles and pounds. There is approximately 1.6 kilometres in a mile and 2.2 pounds in a kilogram.

The international dialling code is +61.

Travel Summary

Meeting-point (getting there):
Port Macquarie Airport (PQQ) or Kendall train station
Transfer:
Included from Port Macquarie Airport at around 5:15pm or Kendall train station at 6:15pm. Drop off on final day 10:30 at Port Macquarie Airport or 9am at Kendall train station.
Flight Guide:
London - Sydney £600 - £900 return, Sydney - Port Macquarie return £110 - £150. Please see "getting there" for flight information
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