If you are looking for a unique and authentic outback experience, consider a station stay in the Coral Coast region of Western Australia.
Station stays are generally working cattle or sheep stations and homesteads located in a range of breathtaking coastal and inland locations offering visitors the opportunity to experience authentic station life. These stations offer a range of accommodation from cottages, rustic Shearers quarters, to spacious camping facilities some with season hosts to look after you during your stay. All provide a true taste of outback Western Australia.
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A unique station campground nestled under the majestic gum trees on the bank of the Wooramel River, 120kms south of Carnarvon and just 2kms off the North West Coastal Highway. Relax in the naturally heated therapeutic artesian bore baths from the Birdrong aquifer, abundant bird and wildlife sightins, private camp fires, amazing night skies and the friendly outback atmosphere.
Quobba, located at Red Bluff, the southern tip of the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area, was established in 1898 and is a working pastoral station with 80km of harsh, unpredictable and remarkable coastline bordering the Indian Ocean. The Quobba experience includes land based game fishing, isolated beaches, world-renowned surfing, snorkeling, whale watching and abundant marine and native wildlife. Accommodation includes eco tents, cabins and campsites.
Warroora Station (pronounced Warra) is a family run cattle station adjacent to the World Heritage Ningaloo Reef coastline, offering eco-friendly wilderness beach camping and authentic station stay accommodation. Situated between Carnarvon and Exmouth, only 1 hour south of Coral Bay, the station offers a wide range of accommodation around the Homestead. It is an ideal place to experience the Australian outback in its most natural state.
Bullara Station Stay is perfectly located between Coral Bay and Exmouth, and is a working cattle station providing first-hand experience of rural Australia at its best. Take a step back from the daily grind look up, and enjoy the serenity of an untouched environment. Enjoy the interaction with animals that roam freely and the uninterrupted night skies that will blow your mind, along with the fresh homemade scones, barista coffee and stargazing.
In the heart of the dramatic Murchison region, Wooleen Station represents the very heart and soul of Australia’s outback. Wooleen Station is a cattle station playing a leading role in preserving and sustaining the unique ecology of the region. Listed by the Australian National Trust, the Homestead offers a luxurious way to experience the Australian outback.
Giralia Outback Stay offers a variety of accommodation from camping through to homestead rooms.
Established in 1888, Giralia Station has aesthetic, historic and cultural significance. The original section of Giralia Station, are a prime example of construction in remote locations before the turn of the century. It provides an insight into the lifestyle of pastoralists in the north of Western Australia.
Giralia is located in the beautiful Gulf of Exmouth, which is a 45 minute drive from the homestead. It's also a fishermen's haven and an adventurers thrill. Giralia is also very popular for bird watches, fossil hunters, 4WD'ers and bush walkers. Giralia Bay offers the most authentic Australian outback beach-camping, allowing you to experience the redness of the Australian desert, the calmness of the Ningaloo Gulf, and the excitement of catching a fish or a mud crab.
Ella Valla Station is located in the Gascoyne Region, 87km south-east of Carnarvon, consisting of almost 100 000 hectares. We are a family-run, functioning Cattle Station, with diversification permits to allow tourism in the form of Station Stays for shooting & hunting enthusiasts.