Wooleen Station and Homestead

Private Campground - Western Australia


Wooleen Station is open for tourism from the 1st of April to the 31st of October each year. If you have accommodation questions for November through to March, please send them through also as we may be able to help.  **Prebookings are requested here**

In the heart of the dramatic Murchison region, Wooleen Station represents the very heart and soul of Australia’s outback.

Covering half a million acres of picturesque rangelands, Wooleen Station is a cattle station that is playing a leading role in preserving and sustaining the unique ecology of the region.

Listed by the Australian National Trust, Wooleen Homestead offers a luxurious way to experience the Australian outback.

With delicious home style cooking, vast cellar of Western Australian wines and magnificent formal dining room, you are assured of a culinary experience of Australian outback you will not forget. And after dinner, you can enjoy the full size Billiard table.

The 1200sqm Homestead with wide colonial verandahs has its own swimming pool and is nestled in an oasis of spectacular, award winning gardens.

Wooleen Lake and its heritage listed Wetlands is a semi-permanent home to a vast array of animal and bird life when its full and when its dry.

In Spring, the land comes to life with a multitude of wildflowers after the correct winter rainfall. The Murchison River runs through the Station, only a short drive from the Homestead.

Wooleen’s nature-based station stay offers a multitude of experiences, from colonial and Aboriginal heritage tourism to nature based tours.

There are three camping areas to choose from: River Campground, Homestead Campground and Breakaways Group Campground.
The couple managing the Station are trying hard to return the land to the state it was before overgrazing caused ecological destruction. Dave does a 3-hour tour on the property showing the progress they're making, finishing with drinks and nibbles to watch the sunset. ($45 ea) We would have liked to camp near the Homestead to do the walks and learn more about pastoral way of life, but were put at the Gidgee Tree camp, 6km away. If you want remote, quiet bush camping you'd love it. The River camp is 16km from the homestead.
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