Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Warroora Station Stay where the Outback meets the Ocean. This pristine part of Australia will have you longing to return time and time again. Warroora (pronounced Warra) is a cattle station with the stunning Ningaloo Reef Coastline as its western border.
The region offers camping in a range of wilderness campsites along 50 km of its coastline including 14 Mile, Sandy Point, The Lagoon, Black Moon Cliff, Elle’s Beach, Maggies and Stevens Surf Break all booked through and managed by WA Parks & Wildlife or bush camping on the Station Stay.
14 Mile offers a spectacular camping experience and is the only wilderness camping area here that is accessible for 2 wheel drive vehicles. Those with 4x4s are able to camp right on the beautiful white beaches with the calm protected waters only metres from your camp. There’s natural boat launching right off the beach at 14 Mile, Maggies and Sandy Point for small boats.
You’ll find Warroora Station in your Camps 12 as WA Site Number 441 and the individual campsites managed by Parks and Wildlife listed on our #campsaustraliawideapp. Access to Warroora coast is by the Minilya-Exmouth Road, 14 Mile is located approximately 20 km from Coral Bay, and the Homestead can be accessed from the Lyndon River Rest Camp – approximately 23 km off the NW Highway on Minilya-Exmouth Road.
While there is a small shop at the Homestead, you will need your own food, water, fuel and supplies for the duration of your stay. EFTPOS facilities are available at the Homestead, there is no internet here and you must have a chemical toilet. There are allocated dumping points at underground tanks at 14 Mile and the Homestead as well as skip bins.
Warroora Station Homestead campground is booked via their website. They also offer modern self-contained accommodation as well as camping. All visitors must register at Warroora Homestead or with the Caretaker at 14 Mile upon arrival.
On their dog policy: all dogs accompanying visitors MUST BE kept on a leash and are the full responsibility of the owners. Remember the property has been baited to control foxes, cats and wild dogs. More information on their strict policy is on their website.
While all bush and beach sites were previously managed by Warroora Station, that changed in 2019 when Parks & Wildlife WA took over the care of these stunning beachside camps.