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Old 10-03-2017
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Hartley Valley Farm Share to Give Away

Hi All

We are happy to give it away.

We are looking to unload our Harley Valley Farm share, it has served us well, but we do not use it often enough to justify the annual fees.

http://hartleyfarm.com.au/dirt-bike-riding/

Please message me if you are interested.
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Old 11-03-2017
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That looks awesome! wish it was a bit closer i would certainly try it out for a year or 2. Anyone know of anything closer to the Murray or in Vicco?
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It's great that not-A-clue is giving it away.
It's still $3170 annually... See the website:

http://hartleyfarm.com.au/#bbb9f459f32027014
I believe the annual fees are $2,820, it was easy for us to justify by using the farm for a week a year, we could easily spend that on accommodation alone, a bargain (to us) if we factor in somewhere to ride and access to the other facilities (Pool, Tennis Courts, Horse Riding, etc.), with in 2-3 hours from home and surrounded by the Blue Mountains. Using it every second weekend and other times was a bonus.

It will not be for everyone, but the place has been in operation for so many years for a reason, the majority of owners love the place.
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When you say you will give it away, what does that actually mean? Does it go on a calendar year and you can just sign your share over to someone else for the rest of this year? That's a pretty good deal for someone if they want it I would say. If they like it and want to continue then they pay for next year and beyond I guess.
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Going by the website there is a requirement to 'sell' the share, that can be for as little as $1:00.

I deleted a few posts, seemed to be getting a bit out of hand.
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I believe the annual fees are $2,820, it was easy for us to justify by using the farm for a week a year, we could easily spend that on accommodation alone, a bargain (to us) if we factor in somewhere to ride and access to the other facilities (Pool, Tennis Courts, Horse Riding, etc.), with in 2-3 hours from home and surrounded by the Blue Mountains. Using it every second weekend and other times was a bonus.

It will not be for everyone, but the place has been in operation for so many years for a reason, the majority of owners love the place.
My wife and I have been dreaming about getting a share in Hartley valley for the past two years but unfortunately she isn't working this year and the 3k (while reasonable if you can get out there every second month) is just a little much. Thanks for putting it up hear though.
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A few years ago, when the kids were just learning to ride, we leased a share off some one for 6 months and it was money well spent. We only live about an hour away, so during daylight savings we packed up the bikes after school and took the kids for a ride each day. Nearly every time we had the place to our selves.

Great to cool off in the pool after a few hours riding.
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My wife and I have been dreaming about getting a share in Hartley valley for the past two years but unfortunately she isn't working this year and the 3k (while reasonable if you can get out there every second month) is just a little much. Thanks for putting it up hear though.
Secretly share it with some one?
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