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.
Immerse yourself in the Shark Bay outback experience in a relaxed friendly atmosphere. Hamelin Station offers guests two options: the historic shearers quarters, rustic on the outside, cleanly modern on the inside; or a range of appealing sites for caravans and campers in beautiful bush settings, separated by nature corridors and with two fire pits.
The communal shearers kitchen is large, modern, well equipped and maintained, with a dining area, large stone fireplace, and an extensive covered barbecue area for those sunset drinks and meals. A second camp kitchen features gas burners and barbecue, hot and cold water, tables and chairs. The large modern showers and toilets, with disabled access, are cleaned and maintained to the highest standards.
A wonderful destination in itself, Hamelin Station is the ideal base for exploring the many spectacular attractions of the Shark Bay World Heritage area. See what you can do at Hamelin Station – you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
The station is 31 km from the Overlander Roadhouse on Shark Bay Road.
Prices vary depending on room configuration and numbers of guests. We’re happy to discuss a package to suit your budget.
Vehicle storage $15/day.