Over 1 million acres of arid desert to explore on this working cattle station, this is one of Australia’s remotest locations.
With early pioneer history, beautiful sandstone scenery, billabongs to swim in and adventures to discover, a visit to Carnegie Station will become an unforgettable memory.
Surprise yourself at what you find as you explore the creeks, salt lakes and tall stands of ghost gum trees.
Search for dingoes, kangaroos and a vast array of birdlife to the wild brumbies and camels that roam the open spaces.
Refresh yourself with a clean shower and supplies at the visitor centre before planning your next day’s adventure around the campfire.
Contact us for more information on planning your next adventure to Carnegie Station.
Located 340km East Of Wiluna, Carnegie Station is extremely remote. Situated halfway between Perth and Alice Springs along the famous Gunbarrel Highway. Carnegie Station offers visitors a chance to refresh themselves with a hot shower, basic supplies and shady green grass to relax on.
Carnegie Station is within a good days drive of Kalgoorlie. For travellers heading East to West, Carnegie offers a place to rest before proceeding onto the Karajini National Park. The closest communities are Wiluna, Laverton and Leonora.
There is no fuel supply outside of Wiluna or Laverton until you arrive at Carnegie. Fuel supplies have been known to run out in these communities, so please call ahead to check opening hours and fuel supplies.
Carnegie Station caters for travellers already well equipped. The camping area is located close to the homestead, where you can find green lawn and cool trees to relax under. A small fee of $20 applies per person per night, or $50 family rate per night (2 adults and 2 children) which covers the cost of bathroom (including a hot shower) and use of the camp kitchen. BBQ facilities are available. Meals can be provided by prior arrangement.
For those who would like privacy, a selection of donga style accommodation is available for visitors. Call ahead for rates and availability on 9981 2991. We can also cater for small groups, our visitor centre is the perfect setting for a meeting in one of the remotest locations in Australia. Please note that power is not 24 hours and use of electric appliances is restricted.
- Visitor information
- Basic long life groceries
- History of the region
Wiluna, Western Australia, 6646
Coordinates & Contact Details-25.7959, 122.973908 9981 2991
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