Blackhorse Park is located on 20 acres of gently undulating pasture in the prestigious Boorolite Valley of the Victoria High Country. Enriched with age old European Oaks, Elms, Poplars and Pin Oaks, the property is also close to Mansfield State Forest. With the property established in the 1850's, Black Horse Park is currently undergoing extensive renovations to restore it's 1850's manor land original 1850's outhouse. All of which will be open for accommodation to the public in the coming year.
Currently up for holiday rental is the recently renovated and fully self contained Pin Oak Chapel comprising of reverse cycle air conditioning, full size fridge, 50" LED TV, DVD player, washing machine and dryer, fully equipped kitchen and cooking facilities, bed linen by prior arrangement towels and BBQ; Upon your arrival we also supply in the chapel tea & coffee, juice a loaf of bread and a complimentary bottle of wine.
The chapel can sleep 10 people with a double bedroom downstairs, 6 singles and two double futons upstairs.
Black Horse Park is centrally and ideally located; 15 mins to Mansfield township 20 mins to Mt Buller 10 mins to Goughs Bay 15 mins to Macs Cove, Howqua Inlet and Jamieson. While in the high country why not pack a picnic lunch and take a leisurely drive to the King Valley wine region, stopping at Powers Lookout along the way, it's simply breathtaking. When you arrive at Whitfield approx. 45 mins. you're biggest decision will be which winery to go to, there's about ten in the area...... Oh just try them all Blackhorse Park is an all year round holiday location. The area caters for: Snow skiing/ snowboarding at Mt Buller, Fly fishing at the Delatite River just 2mins away, Boating/fishing at Goughs Bay and Lake Eildon, Horse riding in Mansfield State Forest/ Vic High Country, Mountain biking/ push biking at the rail trail and Mt Buller, Four wheel driving and exploring, Golf at Mansfield Golf Club, Enjoy a wine and the many local wineries Tee above are just to name a few of the wondering activies on offer. If you would like to bring you're horse and ride the vast expanses of the Victorian High Country, it's on our doorstep, with endless tracks to ride you'll be amazed at the breathtaking scenery and awesome riding trails.
We have excellent horse friendly paddocks and four post and rail yards with water and washing facilities and plenty of room to park the float.
You don't even have to bring your own hay as we have plenty of good quality grass hay here you can buy at a very reasonable price.
Your horse can stay for $10 per night or if you are unable to bring one don't worry we can arrange local horses and guides for you. During your stay at Black Horse Park, feel free to wander the property, sit by the dam, sip on a glass of you're favorite wine, read a book or just have an afternoon nap. We hope to hear from you soon.
Rob and Helen Hart