how does it operate ?



An idyllic country lifestyle where you can become an owner for a minimal outlay.

Hartley Valley Holiday Farm is a unique environment.

There are two ways to take advantage of what the Farm has to offer, either by leasing a share , or by purchasing a share in the Farm.

Hartley Valley Holiday Farm is NOT Time Share.

Hartley Valley Holiday Farm is a co-operative, members purchase their shares in the co-operative and then contribute to its maintenance and operation through a yearly levy. (For the 2014-2015 year, this is only $2400) Membership allows unlimited access to all the facilities, activities and benefits a visit to the Farm provides.

Go to the Membership page for for information of the structure of the Farm, and details on how to become a member.


All of the benefits, without the hassle of maintaining your own property.

With you own on site manager, and a team of professional staff, the task of looking after the property is taken care of for you (apart from the occasional working bee to help out).



Office POSTAL:
Hartley Valley Owners' Company Ltd
"Rosedale", 2187 Great Western Highway
Little Hartley NSW 2790

New Membership SALES Enquiries E-MAIL:

New Membership SALES Enquiries PHONE:
(02) 6355 2244

Office E-MAIL:

Office PHONE:
(02) 6355 2244
Monday to Friday 8am - 4pm

Office FAX:
(02) 6355 2131

Duty Owner (DO) Phone:
(02) 6355 2164

what accommodation and facilities are available ?

Motel style accomodation

The Farm features 5 cabins with Motel Style units (30 in total).


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Each of the 5 cabins has 6 individual units with 4 bunk beds and a fold out double bed.



A en-suite bathroom with shower and toilet, as well as a kitchenette with refrigerator and cooking facilities are provided in every unit.


Every cabin also has access to a large veranda where you can sit and relax, and chat with friends.



Every cabin also has use of its own BBQ facilities, both electric and wood fired (for the traditionalists)



And of course, each cabin also has its own communal outdoor fireplace, where many a tall tale has been told over a wine or two.

history of the farm