- Home to Red Bluff and the Quobba Homestead camps -
STATION STAY WAY
A truly authentic Australian outback path of discovery....encompassing two world heritage listed sites, with up close encounters to nature, local people and the history or the area.
Hamelin Station Stay
It provides an outback experience in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Beautiful, modern and well equipped facilities. Situated on a working conservation reserve. A gateway to exploring the spectacular attractions of Shark Bay Heritage Area. Only 5km from the World Heritage Listed living fossil - marine stromatolites.
Fish at the Exmouth gulf and surrounding islands. Barista Quality Coffee and scones on the veranda. Hosted campfire with complimentary fresh baked damper. Spectacular sunsets from the red dunes. Take in the birds and wildlife along the marked nature trails. Day trips to Exmouth and Coral Bay.
Revitalise in the warm artesian waters from the birdrong aquifer. Discover amazing bird and wild life on the riverside walk trail. Pack a picnic and explore the station on the self drive station tour. Setup camp under the shady 100 year old gums. Take a glimpse into the history of an outback Australian station. Pet friendly (horse stables available).
Ideal location for stop-over between Ningaloo and Karijini. Guided and unguided 4WD gorge tours. Serving 'Cuppa and Cake' in the red plains cafe. Fantastic panoramic views while experiencing what it's like to live on a working cattle station. Accessible by 2WD.
Some of Australia's best Land Based Game fishing platforms along 80kms of raw rugged coastline. Red Bluff marks the southern tip of the UNESCO world heritage listed Ningaloo Reef and boasts a world class left hand surf break. Experience incredible wildlife, beautiful snorkelling and pristine beaches all to yourself.