Warroora Station

3 Ratings



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Marty And Muriel H, campsite manager, Aircamper since October 2018

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated September 2019.

3 Reviews

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Mary D.
1 year ago

We love Warra Station beautiful beaches ,turtles ,just a heaven on earth and at $100 a week for two people it’s great value,can’t wait to return .

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Kim & Shane
1 year ago

We loved our stay here. Camp right on the beach, or behind sand dunes. Must be self contained. Fill up in water before you arrive. Telstra reception on Telstra hill.

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Prue S.
1 year ago

We stayed on Warroora Station at 14 Mile Beach and it was absolute heaven! We were just metres away from the water and had no trouble getting our 23f van in. At $10 per night per adult or $50 each for the week! Kids are free. No drinking water but bore water available for dishes etc. Will be going back one day for sure!


Lyndon (Ningaloo),
Western Australia

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