ABOUT

Besor Ranch is nestled among the rolling hills of the Tweed Valley, just a short 50 minute drive from Coolangatta airport.

The nature retreat is located on 430 acres of private bushland, allowing guests space to relax, reset and restore away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Besor Ranch is an initiative of Global Care, the social justice and disaster relief arm of International Network of Churches (INC). With 85 local operations and over 2,000 volunteers, Global Care exists to spread kindness and love across Australia and around the world.

On a local front, Besor Ranch was created to provide a place for people to come from all over Australia to find restoration.

Accommodation

Besor Ranch offers a range of accommodation options including chalets, cabins, and dormitories, to suit every occasion from camps and conventions to staff retreats to family holidays. Whatever your reason for going off the grid, come, stay a while, and enjoy the Besor difference.

Experiences

Whether you want to strap on your boots and adventure through the bush, relax in a hammock with your favourite read, or gaze at the stars by the campfire, Besor Ranch has something for you.

  • Hike and mountain bike through kilometres of winding trails
  • Explore the surrounding farmland
  • Wander along the freshwater creek
  • Kick a football or play a game of cricket on the oval
  • Bring your volleyball or badminton nets
  • Enjoy a campfire under the stars

Horse Adventures

With km’s of trails Besor Ranch is an ideal location for your horse adventure. Stay in your float, bring a tent or book one of the chalets and make a weekend of it with your friends. Day yards are also available.

Kind Words

“Such an EPIC place to do a staff retreat. I took my 11 staff to the Besor Ranch for two nights. Everyone slept comfortably in the nicely renovated cabins. But the best part is the relaxing atmosphere of the scenery mixed with no phone reception which means you really do get to stop and just be with people. I highly recommend it.”

– Lachlan