Experience a Coral Coast Station Stay

Station stays are the perfect accommodation choice for those looking to disconnect from the everyday and enjoy an authentic outback experience. Station stays are generally working cattle or sheep stations and are located in a rage of breathtaking coastal and inland locations along the Coral Coast.

These stations offer a range of accommodation from cottages, homestead accommodation and rustic shearers quarters, to glamping and spacious camping facilities. Each station has its own unique offering from river retreats to island escapes and outback adventures, the one thing they have in common is that each provide a true taste of Western Australia’s unique landscapes

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Bullara Station

Perfectly located between Coral Bay and Exmouth, Bullara Station Stay is a working cattle station providing a first-hand experience of rural Australia at its best. This popular station stay has become well-known for their fresh homemade scones, barista coffee and famous burger nights. Enjoy interactions with animals that roam freely and the uninterrupted night skies that will take your breath away. Accommodation includes converted shearer's quarters, glamping tents and camping.

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Murchison House Station

One of the oldest pastoral stations in Western Australia with a family history like no other, Murchison House Station welcomes visitors between April – October. Located just 12km out of Kalbarri, this working station has over 60 km of rugged Indian Ocean shoreline and over 30 km of Murchison River flood plains. Camping is available at the Homestead Campground or for those equipped with a 4WD you can Bush Camp out on the station on the North side of the Murchison River.

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Wooleen Station

Located in Australia’s Golden Outback amongst the Murchison region, Wooleen Station is a picturesque outback cattle station stay that plays a leading role in preserving and sustaining unique ecology of the region. Wooleen offers a luxurious way to experience the Australian outback as well as offering delicious home-style cooking, a vast cellar of Western Australian wines and a magnificent formal dining room, you are assured of a culinary experience of Australian outback you will not forget. Wooleen offers a range of accommodation options.

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Wooramel River Retreat

Wooramel River Retreat is a working cattle and sheep station located 120 kilometres south of Carnarvon. This unique outback station campground is nestled under majestic 100-year old gum trees on the bank of the Wooramel River. The drawcard for Wooramel River Retreat are the the naturally heated therapeutic artesian bore baths from the Birdrong aquifer so you can relax under the starts and enjoy the clear night skies.

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Warroora Station Stay

This family-operated cattle station is adjacent to the renowned Ningaloo Reef coastline, providing the perfect outback meets sea escape. They provide eco-friendly wilderness bush campsites and authentic Station Stay Accommodation, all conveniently located just one hour south of Coral Bay. They also offer accommodation at the historic Station Homestead, which can accommodate up to 10 people, great for large families and groups. With all the facilities you need at your fingertips, Warroora Station Stay is a must visit when in the Coral Coast.

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Dirk Hartog Island

Escape with your 4WD and explore crystal clear waters, secluded beaches and extraordinary cuisine on an unforgettable world heritage island. Located in the Shark Bay World Heritage region on Australia’s Coral Coast, Dirk Hartog Island has a wide range of accommodation options and is the perfect wilderness getaway. Witness Australia’s last sunset at the westernmost point of Australia and home to one of the most spectacular sunsets in the world. Dirk Hartog Island is an adventure lover’s paradise with an abundance of day tours on the island available.

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Quobba Station

With 80 kilometres of coastline skirting the Indian Ocean, Quobba Station is a working pastoral station located on the edge of Ningaloo Reef Marine Park and sits 80 kilometres north of Carnarvon. The station hosts two campsites - The Quobba Homestead, perfect for families, fishermen and grey nomads, and Red Bluff, great for surfers, families and adventurous travellers. You can expect spectacular views, incredible game fishing, surfing, snorkelling and so much more.

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Sheep and cattle stations have been the backbone of West Australia’s Outback for over 130 years - and hospitality is nothing new for them. However you choose to spend your time at a Station Stay you can be guaranteed of an experience like no other. Forget the hustle and bustle of city life and allow the wide sweeping plains and ruggedly beautiful landscapes of these Mid-West Stations Stays capture your imagination. Discover more about West Australia Station Stays.