Located on Malgana Country on a beautiful nature conservation reserve, Hamelin Station Stay is a peaceful place to immerse yourself in the stunning landscape and learn about national conservation organisation Bush Heritage Australia’s work across Hamelin Station Reserve.

Burraluguda (Hamelin) is a photographer’s dream, rich in wildlife, cultural landscape, stunning wildflowers, iconic red soil and stone, a beautiful lake, with magnificent sunrises, sunsets and starry night skies.

This wonderful destination is the ideal base for exploring the many natural attractions of the area, including the Hamelin Pool stromatolites, Wulybidi (Monkey Mia), Dhdhudugada (Francois Peron National Park), Wirrawana (Dirk Hartog Island), and Steep Point, the most westerly point in Australia. Enjoy the relaxed and friendly atmosphere whilst learning about how Bush Heritage is protecting this special reserve.

Hamelin offers guests two accommodation options and is open from April to October each year.

A range of excellent unpowered sites are set amid the beautiful semi-arid landscape, with natural bush corridors surrounding the sites. Hamelin can cater for the largest caravans to those who only require a site to pitch a tent. Groups are also warmly welcomed. Located only 1km off the main road, the Station Stay is easily accessible for all vehicles.

Or, stay in the restored, rustic Shearers’ Quarters, with a range of different room options to suit your needs. All linen is provided.

Communal modern bathroom facilities, with toilets and hot showers, are available to all guests, as well as a fully equipped powered camp kitchen, dining and barbecue area for a relaxing meal after a big day exploring. There is rainwater available.

See what you can do at Hamelin Station Reserve – you'll be pleasantly surprised