Clyde and Linette Russ, owners of the Gibb River Store, welcome visitors to Gibb River Station, the halfway point on the famous Gibb River Road in the Kimberleys in Western Australia.
Owned by the Ngallagunda Aboriginal Corporation, the property is a working cattle station nearly 1 million acres in size.
The Station includes the homestead, community store and fuel outlet, Aboriginal Art Centre and the Goondalee Camping Ground.
Established in the 1920s by the pioneer Russ Family, the station has reverted to Aboriginal ownership.
Travellers are welcome to stay in our campground where they can set up camp on green lawns and enjoy hot showers and toilet facilities.
Hot showers, grassy camping area. There is no need to book but you can reserve a spot by calling 08 9191 7494.
Camping is $10 per person per night ($5 for kids). This is the best value in the Kimberleys!
Camp at the half-way point on the Gibb River Road at Gibb River Station.
The Goondalee Campsite is located on fresh green lawns adjacent to the Store and Homestead next to a large mango tree..
Camp on cool green grass away from the dust and dirt and enjoy hot showers and toilet facilities.
Camping at the Gibb River Station means you are close to a well-stocked store and fuel outlet and can get that flat spare repaired.
The name Goondalee refers to the small wallabies that can be seen in the late afternoon and early morning feeding close to the line of the creek.
Camping is available all year round. So if you are travelling early or late in the season come to camp at Gibb River - we never close!
Other visitors include cattle that may wander by in the paddock next door or some of the station stock horses.
AddressGibb River-Station Road
Gibb, Western Australia, 6743
Coordinates & Contact Details-16.426768, 126.43257808 9191 7494
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