Wooleen Station is a 378,729 acre pastoral lease, located in the Shire of Murchison, 700kms northeast of Perth, Western Australia. Wooleen exists for the purpose of finding sustainable land uses and these include conservation, tourism and beef production. Wooleen's tourism enterprise aims to cultivate a deeper understanding of our environment and a connection to the country. Guests come to Wooleen Station to experience the vast open spaces of the outback, diverse flora and fauna and resilient landscape – its an amazing place to watch mother nature at work. Wooleen is open each year from April to October.
WELCOME TO WOORAMEL RIVER RETREAT
Join our happy campers along the riverbank and experience
THE WONDERS OF WOORAMEL
A unique station campground nestled under the majestic gum trees on the bank of the Wooramel River.
Relax in the naturally heated therapeutic artesian bore baths from the Birdrong aquifer; enjoy the space; abundant bird and wildlife; private camp fires; amazing night skies and the friendly outback atmosphere.
120 kms south of Carnarvon, 2 kms off the North West Coastal Highway
on Western Australia's Coral Coast.
"The best thing about Kirkalocka is its accessibility from all directions on the map of W.A. We are exactly 500 km (about six comfortable hours driving) from Perth and 60 km south of the gold mining town of Mount Magnet. We are on the Great Northern Highway, situated just 500 metres east of our turn off – so close in fact, that you can see the shearing shed and station buildings from the main road. We meet people from all over the world and all parts of Australia. Kirkalocka is a popular destination and the perfect rest stop when travelling north or south in this beautiful state. We enjoy hearing your stories and telling our own about this special place in the outback."
"Melangata Station is my partner and I latest project.
It is a Pastoral lease in the Yalgoo region in Western Australia that happens to have an historic homestead designed by Monsignor John Hawes, who was a Catholic Priest/ Architect, that was based in the Midwest region for many years and was responsible for many beautiful churches and buildings through out the region.
We have three, adults only, recently renovated rooms and new bathrooms available for dinner bed and breakfast stays in the historic homestead.
We have set up a camp ground with basic facilities, flush dunnies and hot showers, for self sufficient travellers with their tents, camper trailers and caravans.
This will be a work in progress for the next couple of years and a constant maintenance program well into the future."
Mellenbye station is a working cattle station. We are located 6.5kilometres off the sealed Morawa Yalgoo rd, Yalgoo. Mellenbye station is an easy 4.5 hour drive from Perth or half an hour North of Morawa on sealed roads. During July until late September you will see the unique Wreath flower and of course glorious everlastings.
"Experience the beauty and tranquillity of the Kimberly.
Mt Elizabeth, boasting exquisite landscapes, Kimberley history and extreme terrain for the adventurous and all the excitement that comes with a fully operational cattle station. "
"Nallan Station was originally named Poplar Downs around the turn of last century. Cath and Dave are eager to embrace this opportunity for tourists to visit and are busily renovating the Shearers Quarters ( built late 1920's), the amenities, laundry, toilet & shower block and camp kitchen are all getting a refresh, incorporating modern conveniences but not losing any of the rustic charm that makes this property so unique and 'must see' location. So visitors can enjoy the convenience of our new renovations combined with the charm of yesteryear. There will be two double rooms, and four twin singles, with a huge kitchen and dining area.
Also available is a 2 bedroom, fully self contained cottage, complete with large country kitchen, modern bathroom, air conditioning, laundry and huge Dining and Living area.
This former Overseers Accommodation has also been built along a similar style to the Main Homestead, utilising local recycled materials.. wonderful high ceilings, polished dark timber floors, the old original Metters wood stove, return verandahs to sit out on and enjoy a cold beverage, all add to the charm of this delightful cottage.
There will be greened caravan camp sites (non powered) and remote eco friendly bush sites, ready for our tourist season 2019.
Our working Cattle Station of 248,000 acres provides ample opportunities to relax or explore, experience the natural surroundings with bird watching, bush walks- exploring our geological wonders or soaking up the magnificent vista that is the night sky.
Nallan is ideally situated 15km North from Cue, 3 km off the Great Northern Highway on the Cogla Downs - Taincrow Rd, Reedy WA 6640.
Nallan is ideally situated for those travelling between Perth and the Karijini National Park,
The Nallan Station Homestead has historic significance, was built in 1920 and is one of the early pastoral stations established in the Cue district.
The original homestead was of timber and iron construction and lined with decorative pressed metal sheeting. An additional six rooms were later added using materials from the Old Cue Hospital. Later additions incorporated building materials from a maternity hospital originally located in Sandstone. It is also evidence of the way in which building materials were recycled throughout the district.
As of September 2016, the main Homestead is the Private Residence for the owners Cath and Dave together with family and consists of 14 rooms, including 6 bedrooms, a dining room, sitting room, kitchen and bathroom.
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A unique outback experience between Karijini National Park and Ningaloo Reef on the Nanutarra-Munjina Road offering powered & unpowered campsites, single, double and family rooms, ablutions, laundry, fire pit, camp, pet friendly, Telstra coverage. Also serving meals, cuppa & cake, 4 X 4 gorge safaris and star tours.
Edwina and Tim welcome you to experience their unique accommodation and campground. Discover the wonders of the raw Australian outback one day and the next day dip your toes in the soothing aqua marine of the Coral Coast. The main attractions of the Cape Range National Park and the Ningaloo Coast area are an easy drive from the property. You can spend the morning snorkelling in Coral Bay/Cape Range NP, head home for a fresh shower and then laze in a hammock before unwinding around the fire pit in the evening. Bullara Station Stay is perfectly located between Coral Bay and Exmouth in the Coral Coast region of WA.
We provide a bush style camp site, all unpowered sites, with hot showers, toilets and a camp kitchen with a barbecue. Unlimited drinking water available. Accessible for 2WD and 4WD, from tents to large caravans.
The number of sites is small, booking in the high season is recommended.
"Welcome to Wagoe Chalets, Home to Western Australia’s best fishing location!
Wagoe Beach is situated on the door step of Wagoe Farm.
Wagoe has 2, 3 and 4 bedroom Chalets as well as a Camping Area with powered and unpowered sites"
"If you’ve got an off-road setup and you’re heading north of the Gibb between April and October you’re more than welcome to come and stay at our property just 16km north of Kalumburu WA. Australia’s best sunset, great little nature walks, unbelievable fishing, monster oysters, and a few mud crabs around as well👍😉
(Nearby Kalumburu is also incredibly interesting: King Edward River gorge, Aboriginal rock paintings, art gallery, Monster Rock swimming gorge, WW2 plane wrecks and an AMAZING museum at the local Catholic Mission in town – plus incredibly friendly local Aboriginal people who love telling tourists about their special lands!)."
WARROORA is a family-run cattle station with a unique outback coastal experience. Ideally situated between Carnarvon and Coral Bay, we are offering a wide range of accommodation and HOMESTEAD campground with facilities, located only 1.5km from untouched beaches. This is the perfect location to access the NINGALOO MARINE PARK and discover our 50 km of pristine coastline.
Ocean view villa and old-world charm Homestead
Newly renovated Stockmen's Rooms with stylish kitchen
Unique station campground nestled under the gum trees with the use of camp kitchen and toilet amenities
Activities including fishing, snorkeling, surfing, bush walking & whale watching (in season)
Stay as long as you want to experience the authentic soul of the outback!
The magic of Gnylmarung….tranquil bush setting, listening to the birds, or do a bit of fishing or diving, from the beach or the rocks or in the bay. Gnylmarung's secluded beach has pristine white sand and crystal clear water. You can sit under the shade of a big tree while your children play and swim in the shallow safe waters. Gnylmarung Retreat on Beagle Bay, is a part of the annual whale migration path, so you might be lucky enough to see them playing in the water. Gnylmarung's magic has a way of drawing you back again and again. With 20 camping sites, some have ocean view, others are in shady areas, or in secluded bushland.
"Celebrating 70 years of pearling in 2016, this small family owned pearl farm 200km north of Broome has undergone a remarkable
transformation from a hard working community of pearlers to a unique accommodation and touring destination for visitors to the Kimberley.
The farm is a ‘must see’ destination for anyone coming to the region. Stay at our onsite accommodation, dine by candle light,
take a tour and immerse yourself in the only working farm open to the public."
"Quobba Station is 80km north west of Carnarvon, Western Australia with 80km of harsh, unpredictable and spectacular coastline (Indian Ocean) as its western boundary and Lake McLeod as its eastern boundary. 60km from the Quobba homestead is the picturesque Red Bluff.
The Meecham’s have been on Quobba Station for 32 years, with Tim, Sara and family here for the last 14 years. The station runs around 10000 damaras (South African meat sheep). Visitors began coming to Quobba to fish from the many challenging rock platforms over 50 years ago. Accommodation development has been established around the Quobba homestead and Red Bluff with luxury eco safari tents being built in 2004."
"Tamala station is located in Western Australia and is part of the Shark Bay World Heritage Area. Tamala and the Shark Bay areas are renowned for their camping, fishing and tourist activities year round, its a popular destination for the grey nomads to relax and enjoy the unspoilt beauty.
Tamala is an active pastoral station with a lot of history back to the late 1800’s. The limestone homestead was constructed in 1896."
The homestead is set in an oasis of green lawns and shady trees nestled at the base of Mount Singleton. Fully self contained, you can stay for as long as you like in this home away from home to explore gorges and magnificent cliffs on the southern side of the mountain."
"Pardoo Station is situated in the heart of Western Australia’s spectacular Pilbara region.
Located approximately 160 kilometres east of Port Hedland, we offer accommodation options for caravaners, campers, families, backpackers and corporate clients.
Pardoo Station’s remote setting is a mecca for anglers, birdwatchers and those wanting a place to simply escape from everyday life.
Our guests have access to secluded tidal creeks, untouched beaches and an abundance of native flora and fauna.
Whether you want to catch a mighty barramundi, spot a rare bird species or just kick back and relax, Pardoo Station offers a unique outback getaway."
"Home Valley Station is located close to the mighty Pentecost River, at the foot of the majestic Cockburn Range.
Experience the exhilaration of barramundi fishing, soak in the unforgettable scenery of the East Kimberley and be inspired by the region's Indigenous people."
Hamelin Station, on the shores of the Shark Bay World Heritage area, features 32 km of coastline alongside Hamelin Pool, site of those extraordinary living fossils the stromatolites. Close by are the dolphins of Monkey Mia, Francois Peron National Park, and Steep Point, the most westerly point in Australia. The 202,000 ha property is owned by Bush Heritage Australia.
Mount Hart Wilderness Lodge offers an authentic homestead experience off the Gibb River Road. Providing accommodation and camping. Located in the heart of the King Leopold Ranges Conservation Park, Mt Hart’s proximity to many of the Kimberley major attractions makes an ideal base to explore the region.
Originally a working cattle station, this unique property offers a rich pastoral history, exudes a rustic ambience and offers exceptional hospitality. Set amongst beautiful gardens, our accommodation features comfortable double, twin and triple rooms with shared facilities and En-suite Safari Tent options.
Mount Augustus Tourist Park is across the road from the National Park and faces the spectacular Mt Augustus (roughly 1K form the park). A friendly caravan park with unit accommodation and camping grounds, with hot showers, laundry and a BBQ campers' kitchen for self catering.Pets are welcome though they must be kept under control so all can have a good holiday.
"Murchison House Station is a 350 000 acre property just a short drive from the coastal resort town of Kalbarri, 650 km north of Perth, Western Australia.
Closed to the public for many years, visitors can now enjoy unique local history, wildlife and wildflowers (in season) on this 150 year old working station. We welcome visitors between the months of April to October.
Four kilometres of well maintained gravel road provides access to the historic homestead which is situated on the southern banks on the Murchison River and set amongst hundreds of large shady gum trees. Camping is available here on the rivers edge or you can follow a self guided walk around the historic buildings followed by morning tea.
The station has over 60 km of rugged Indian Ocean shoreline and over 30 km of Murchison river flood plains. Because of the plentiful supply of water, with many permanent soaks and springs, the wild life and bird life is abundant. The terrain is rugged, spectacular and varied, ranging from coastal sand plains and dunes to river gorge country featuring the stunning red tumblagooda sandstone that is known to the area. Murchison House Station is where the outback meets the ocean, which makes exploring in your 4WD an interesting and challenging prospect. The pristine wilderness of the Station, and the Murchison River is there to be appreciated, and is less than one day's drive from Perth."
"Nambung Station is a working sheep and cattle station that is open to the public all year round. Situated in a quiet, rural countryside in the richly diverse wildflower heartland of WA, Nambung Station offers unique holiday and overnight stays for campers, caravans, RVs, Big Rigs, tenting and B&B farmhouse accommodation.
Nambung Station is a working farm and whether your interest lies in wild-flowers, native birds, bushwalking, camping, farming, photography, star gazing or just relaxing in a peaceful rural setting Nambung Station can enhance your holiday experience."
Welcome to Ningaloo Station – 50,000 hectare pastoral lease in North Western Australia managed by the Lefroy family since 1934. Offering wilderness camping, prestige white beaches with crystal clear blue waters, stars for miles and an array of marine life.
"Nalbarra Station is a 161,000 hectare station and a great holiday destination for those travelling up Great Northern Highway. John & Karen's working sheep station is approximately 70km north of Paynes Find – 17km off the highway on a well graded dirt road or 80kms south of Mount Magnet.
There is plenty to do at Nalbarra Station with amazing breakaway country for artists, birdwatching, bushwalks or enjoy a drive through the gorgeous countryside. The tennis court and dart board is popular with guests."
"We are not a hotel, not a motel, not a farm stay, not a bed and breakfast, not a roadhouse, but we ARE an Australian outback mixture of all these things.
While we are a general service center, even more important to your fun & comfort is our Beer Garden, ""Kimberley North"". Offering shaded tables, cold beer, good food and on cold nights a log fire all combine to ensure it is the hub of the North Kimberley."
"Ellenbrae Station covers 1 million acres in the Kimberly, Western Australia. It is approximately 230km from Kununnarra on the Gib River Road. Predominantly a cattle station, it has become a popular stop over for tourists during the dry season.
Ellenbrae also invites day visitors to come up our short 5km driveway to stretch your legs in our gardens and view our rustic Kimberley homestead whilst enjoying a cup of tea or coffee and our delicious Gibb River Road famous scones! Ellenbrae is the perfect oasis with friendly hospitality to give you a well deserved break from the Gibb River Road."
El Questro Wilderness Park is one of the world's last unspoilt frontiers. We offer a wide range of accommodation options, from the luxurious Homestead to the friendly and affordable Emma Gorge and The Station.
Emu Creek Station was established in 1891 and covered nearly half a million acres where up to 20,000 sheep were grazed and shorn. The rich history of Emu Creek Station can be seen in the current homestead and the 12-stand Oregon Wool Shed, however, the true beauty of the station is in it's landscape and wildlife. From the red dusty gravel road, the the rocky outcrops and the picturesque vista from the riverbanks, Emu Creek Station is an iconic piece of the Pilbara landscape
Nestled in the beautiful hills of the Fraser Range, our Caravan Park offers both powered (30$) and unpowered (22$) sites to travellers looking for a unique stay on their way across the Nullarbor.
On top of that we offer a variety of rooms (family rooms and single rooms with a shared bathroom) as well as ensuited rooms.
You are welcome to use our comfortable Camp Kitchen or BBQ areas to prepare your own meals or have a relaxing evening in the Dining Room and a delicious meal for just 30$.
If you are keen to experience the real outback you can also book a Tour with our charming tour operatour Geoff and enjoy the countryside in our Tourbus 'Oka'. You'll encounter native wildlife as well as see a spectacular sunset atop the Fraser Range hills."
"Found at the southern entrance of the Ningaloo Marine Park Ningaloo Reef, this wilderness tourism business and working pastoral station offers the real thing – an Australian outback experience like no other and a retreat from everyday life.
Surrounded by stunning coastline, you’ll experience fantastic fishing and world-class waves. You can swim, snorkel or dive on the Ningaloo Reef, walk and explore the quiet beaches, and relax in our basic accommodation or camp grounds with a drink, watching some of the best sunsets in the world. When the season’s right, you’re guaranteed to see whales swim by.
Bring your sense of adventure when you get here. We consider much of our surrounds to be “uncharted territory,” so you’ll have the opportunity to explore the land and find yourself amidst the best Western Australia has to offer."
"Renowned for its history, natural beauty, spectacular landscapes and fishing,
Dirk Hartog Island is an ‘ark’ for endangered wildlife and a great place for an island adventure.
The most western point of Australia has seen it all, from early explorers to a major sheep station, the island is a melting pot of Australian history.
Come and see this unique World Heritage site and witness firsthand the ‘Return to 1616’ ecological restoration project – aiming to return the island to how Dirk Hartog discovered it 400 years ago."
Diggers Rest Station is a cattle station nestled on the banks of the tidal King River in the East Kimberley. The majestic Cockburn Ranges to the West and the Erskine Ranges to the East provide a stunning backdrop to the station, and Diggers Rest Station was one of the locations used in the filming of Baz Luhrmann’s Australia.
Camping sites and rustic rooms with toilet and shower facilites, camp kitchen, outdoor BBQ area and firepit provide the perfect base to explore the outback wilderness, be it on one of our horse or motorbike trail rides, wildflower walk or simply drive yourself through the many windmill tracks. See abundant wildflowers, birdlife and relics from a time when the nation thrived off the sheeps back.
"Bungle Bungle Caravan Park was established in 2010 on Mabel Downs Station right at the turnoff to Purnululu National Park and the Bungle Bungle Range.
We offer a secure and comfortable alternative to free camps allowing you to visit the wonders of the National Park safe in the knowledge that your caravan/motorhome and gear is safe and secure.
Bungle Bungle Caravan Park is a true Kimberley bush experience with a great family atmosphere. Our huge community fire-pit (campfire) each evening is talked about at traveller stops all over Australia and is a fantastic place to swap stories with your fellow travellers from all over the world."
"Charnley River-Artesian Range has a vital role to play in protecting and restoring the endangered wildlife of northern Australia. The Artesian Range is located adjacent to the Kimberley coast, in the heart of one of Australia’s most rugged and inaccessible regions. Covering 173,000 hectares, the Artesian Range and surrounding areas are home to more than 30 animal species that are found nowhere else in Australia, either because they have disappeared from the rest of their range (eg, the Golden-backed Tree-rat) or because they are endemic to the north Kimberley (eg, the Monjon and the Black Grasswren).
Visiting the Artesian Range is like stepping back in time – it is embedded in perhaps the only region on mainland Australia where there have been no faunal extinctions since European settlement. Topography and high rainfall are two of the factors which have helped protect the Artesian Range. Bounded by the Charnley and Isdell Rivers, the area is a “lost world” of spectacular sandstone ranges dissected by deep, rainforest-filled gorges. To date, this topography appears to have limited the impacts of feral herbivores and feral cats and wildfire.
In addition to the range of species which are now restricted to the Kimberley coastal region, the Artesian Range is also a stronghold for threatened and declining species such as the Northern Quoll. With most areas accessible only by helicopter, the Artesian Range is managed by AWC staff based at Charnley River Station and at Mornington. "