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Warroora Station

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We now have a unique station campground nestled under the gum tree’s and only located 1500 metres from the beach. Get a taste of the Ningaloo reef and life on a working cattle station or do a 4WD tour and discover 57 km’s of pristine coastline from Amherst coast all the way to Coral Bay. We offer two different campgrounds. The first one offers unpowered campsites with a friendly outback atmosphere. Our campsites are suitable for tents, campervans or big rigs with the option for the use of generators if you so desire. The second campground has the use of a large camp kitchen, shower and toilet amenities (fridge, freezer, gas stove/oven, gas BBQ, tables, chairs and a fire pit area) The camp grounds are spacious with lots of wild life running around, including kangaroo’s, goanna’s, emus as well as cattle . The bird life is also prolific with bush turkeys, whistling kites, nankeen kestrels, falcons and plenty of corellas and finches. Budgerigars are known to show up after rain. Stay as long as you want to experience the authentic sole of the outback. Reconnect with the land, the wilderness and your family or friends. We are pet friendly. Pets do need to be well behaved and kept on a leash and cleaned up after.



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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 February 2021.

6 Reviews

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3 months ago
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Kate H.
9 months ago

Fabulous station! You can’t book the beach camping here anymore as you have to go through National Parks. The Homestead is a fab place to stay, chilled, has amenities, washing machine and a water tank for a dip to escape the heat :). You can hire portable loo’s here if need them to stay on the beach :).

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Mike W.
10 months ago
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Mary D.
2 years 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
2 years 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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Veronica w. 9 months ago

Is it accessible with 2WD campervan ?


Hi Veronica, The Homestead is accessible with 2WD but 4WD vehicle is required to discover the coastline. However we might suggest to camp on the Ridge at 14Mile which is accessible with 2WD via north entry. We invite you to book campsites via DBCA online campground booking system; CHEMICAL TOILET can be HIRED at 14Mile. Safe travels. by Marty and Muriel HORAK



Lyndon (Ningaloo),
Western Australia

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Cabins Available


BP Brown Range

95.09 km

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