02 4885 2406 or 0417 664 151 info@wallabyhill.com.au

GENERAL INFORMATION

EVENTS @ WALLABY HILL:

Wallaby Hill  run 2 big events a year.

The Wallaby Hill International 3 Day is run the first weekend of December, with dressage on the Friday, Cross Country on the Saturday and the final day of Show-Jumping on the Sunday. Run under International rules this CCI4*-L is one of a only a few events of its type in the country. In the run up to the Olympics, it is often considered a qualifying event. 

The Wallaby Hill Equestrian Extravaganza runs the second Sunday of February. This event is a fun filled day, designed to entertain the crowd and the VIP’s. Eventers pit themselves against Show-jumpers, while wearing outrageous costumes, dressage riders strut their stuff and there is normally a chance to watch some cross-country. VIP’s are guaranteed a ring side seat along with their Moonacres picnic basket and local wines.

Spectators are always welcome at Wallaby Hill. To find out more about the upcoming events please click: HERE

If in any doubt about where to go or what to do, please come and ask in the office.

 

ACCOMMODATION

Local accommodation gets booked up quickly, so be sure to get in early to stay in the area. There are some beautiful local spots to visit not far from Wallaby Hill. Accommodation info here

RESTAURANTS

There are some great places to eat in Robertson and its local surrounds. Restaurant info here

DOGS

No dogs allowed. Please leave them at home.

WEATHER

The Highlands weather is notoriously unpredictable, prepare for all eventualities and hope for the best.

OFFICE

Email: info@wallabyhill.com.au
Tel: 02 4885 2406 | 0417 664 151

ADDRESS: Wallaby Hill Farm, 122 Wallaby Hill Road, Robertson, NSW 2577

DIRECTIONS

It is really important that you do not enter Wallaby Hill Road into your GPS as it will take you to the wrong one. Nor should you enter Belmore Falls Road as it might take you over the waterfall, which isn’t suitable for trucks. You need to enter “Sasafrass Way – Robertson” and then follow the attached map. Please note the first part is windy and narrow, go slowly and be aware of and courteous to oncoming traffic.