Worramel Station

Lyndon Station

Ningaloo Station

Ningaloo Station is a 50,000 hectare pastoral lease in North of WA on the edge of one of the longest, most pristine, beautiful fringe reefs in the world. The Reef stretches over 260kms and at some points is only metres from the beach. This reef is remarkable with an abundance of marine wildlife, perfect for fishing, diving and snorkeling. Amongst the silky dunes, there are great camp sites, very private, which are protected from the winds and which also offer a fantastic view of the coastline and neighbouring bush-land. This place should be on everyone’s ‘bucket list’. Camp there soon before the Station lease runs out and the State Government wrecks it for everybody!

Help us save Ningaloo Station!

Where: The turn off is on the Learmonth Manilya Road 39kms North of the Coral Bay turn-off or 100kms south of Exmouth. Follow the Ningaloo Road along a rough, rocky and eroded road for 29kms to. Gate. Just past this gate turn left at a Y- Junction to the Homestead to check-in and get the keys to your campsite.

There are 5 camping areas:

Winderabandi Point

North Lefroy Bay

Point Billie

South Lefroy Bay

Janes Bay

When: April – October is best

Facilities: None! This place is for Independent campers! Supply your own toilet, water, food, and firewood, etc.

Fees: Campsites are $35 per person per week.

Day trip access fee is $5 per person per day.

Bond $100 per vehicle and 4WD bike.

You can book your campsite by completing our booking form.

For bookings please visit their Website: https://www.facebook.com/ningaloostation

Link to Ningaloo website:
Ningaloo Station

Emu Creek Station

Emu Creek station offers a unique and beautiful location ideal for families to enjoy the classic, Australian outback scenery. The Emu Creek homestead is over 100 years old with the western wing having been the former Rob Roy Hotel in old Onslow. The camp site is on the banks of Milliwithi Pool, within the Yannerie River which as about 200 metres from the homestead and facilities.

Where?

Opposite Barridale, North-West Coastal Hwy, Pilbara, WA
22 Kilometres down Nyang Road which is opposite the old Barradale Roadhouse site.

325km North of Carnarvon
360km South of Karratha

Why?

  • It has something for everyone and wide open spaces with few people
  • Permanent fresh water pool up to 2km long and over 70 bird species recorded.
  • Provided accommodation with homely rooms, laundry and meals.
  • Interesting wildlife including River Gum trees, wildflowers, Kangaroos and Emus
  • Includes showers and toilets
  • Authentic Devonshire tea available at the homestead morning and afternoons.

How?

$25/night per site

if you subscribe to our E-newsletter you will receive:

  • 3 nights for the price or 2 or;
  • 7 nights for the price or 5

 

Link to Emu Creek website:
Emu Creek Station