WHERE WE ARE…

 

The club is based at the Stirling’s Crossing Equestrian Complex, which is set in the hills of Imbil ― the largest town in the picturesque Mary Valley on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast.

The region takes its name from the Mary River which is fed by 19 tributaries throughout the valley and is located just 30 minutes’ drive from the spectacular beaches and national parks of Noosa and two hours north of Brisbane.

The Mary Valley prides itself in offering visitors a diverse experience including scenic rainforests, rocky outcrops and wide open spaces with pastures and rich farming land.

For more information, please visit the tourism website for the Mary Valley region.

“The Mary Valley prides itself in offering visitors a diverse experience including scenic rainforests, rocky outcrops and wide open spaces with pastures and rich farming land.”

Stirling's Crossing Equestrian Complex

Derrier Road, Imbil, Queensland Australia 4570
The closest township
20km drive
20km drive
40 minute drive to the Coast
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Address: 
Stirling’s Crossing Equestrian Complex
Derrier Road, Imbil, Queensland Australia 4570
 
Directions:

The Imbil/Lake Borumba exit signs are well marked from the Bruce Highway (M1). With horses it is easier to travel north on this highway when coming from Brisbane rather than follow GPS directions for a ‘more direct’ route.
Once you arrive in the Imbil township, you’ll pass the shops in the main street as well as the hotel and cross the railway line. Continue ahead on Yabba Creek Road over three creek crossing bridges (approximately 8km). Turn left onto Derrier Rd and the Ride Base entrance is the third set of gates to the right, about one kilometre down the road.