About Amaroo

Amaroo's Horses

Amaroo's People

About Amaroo

We are passionate about horses and supporting people to live the lives they want to lead. We enjoy
welcoming people to experience our property, escape the hustle and bustle of city life and every day
stresses.

We live on our property with our children and a herd of 6 horses

We also live with our dogs (Texas & Henry), cat (Bubbles) and our chickens (Karen & Helen)

Amaroo Equine is situated on 105 acres in the Megalong Valley, Blue Mountains NSW – a 20 minute drive from Blackheath through spectacular rainforest and country roads. Our property is surrounded by extraordinary Australian bushland, majestic sandstone escarpments & mountain plateaus. Amaroo boasts a large fully fenced sand arena, round yard, a barn with workshop area & kitchen facilities, bush tracks, natural springs & large dam to explore & experience – rich with native wildlife. As part of the Gundungurra First Nation territory, the Megalong Valley is profoundly important to Aboriginal people and rich in heritage. Megalong is thought to have meant ‘Valley Under the Rock’ and Amaroo meaning ‘a beautiful place’

LilMiss

Sadalbar LilMiss Reiner

2011 Paint Horse
Sire: Tamkaura Promise Of Glory
Dam: Gallymont Cee Cee Cisco

BigNev

Dinki Di Knock Out

2002 Quarter Horse
Sire: Noble TKO
Dam: Dinki Di Pleasure

George

Bordershow Turkish Delight

2015 Welsh Pony
Sire: Kingfisher Park Duke
Dam: Snowdon Vale Sweet Peach

Pearl

Hello Black Pearl

2016 Paint Horse
Sire: Hello Big Chex (IMP)
Dam: Sheza Stylish Chick

Roo

Gunner Be Flash

2008 Paint Horse
Sire: Son Of A Gun
Dam: Chex R Smart

Dee

Rosemont Delight

2014 Australian Riding Pony
Sire: Langtree Spring Song
Dam: Langtree Devenir

Amaroo’s People

We are passionate about horses and supporting people to live the lives they want to lead. We enjoy welcoming people to experience our property, escape the hustle and bustle of city life and everyday stress.

We live on our property with our children and a herd of 6 horses 

We also live with our dogs (Texas & Henry), cat (Bubbles) and our chickens (Karen & Helen) 

“Belinda completed her 120 hour Equine Assisted Learning (EAL) training with the Institute demonstrating an authentic, caring and attuned approach to her clients and horses. Belinda showcased a particular strength in working well with young people on the autism spectrum, with complex needs. I look forward to hearing more about Belinda’s contribution to her clients’ wellbeing and mental health, as she continues supporting her community with equine assisted interventions.”

Meg Kirby

Founder, The Equine Psychotherapy Institute