Warroora Station World Heritage Wilderness Beach Campsites

Waypoint: -23.24810 , 113.85286 GPS: -23.28491 , 113.79578
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  • Campground
  • Fishing Spot
  • Day Use Area
  • Overnight Rest Area
  • Place of Interest
Minilya Exmouth Road
Carnarvon WA 6701
Tel: (08) 9942 5920
  • A selection of campgrounds all on one station
  • Experience the magic of Ningaloo Reef
  • Sunsets to die for
  • Swimming, fishing, snorkelling
  • Wildlife
  • Surfing
  • Campfires
  • Wilderness
  • Authentic Australian outback
  • Working cattle station

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11km of Dirt Road. Northern road for 2WD and large caravans. Southern road for 4WD and campers

Last updated by the Manager on 5th February, 2017
Warroora Station (pronounced Warra) is a family run sheep and cattle station adjacent to the famous Ningaloo Reef coastline, offering eco friendly wilderness beach camping and authentic Station Stay Accommodation.
Imagine a place unchanged for thousands of years. A place where no one has tried to improve on Mother Nature. A place where time does just stand still.

Warroora Station is an ideal place to experience the Australian outback in its most natural state.

Come visit and immerse yourself in the raw spirit of Ningaloo.

Warroora Station offers wilderness camping on white sand beaches that you have only ever seen in photos and movies. Step out of your caravan, motorhome or tent onto the white sands, then just a few steps to the warm blue water.

Camping on Warroora Station is one of Western Australia's best kept secrets. 14 Mile, The Lagoon, Black Moon Cliff, Elle's Beach and Steven's Surf Break are all camping areas on Warroora Station.

***CALLING all WILDERNESS WANDERERS***

Warroora Station and our neighbouring coastal stations are at loggerheads with government agencies as we try to prevent their excision of coastal lands along the World Heritage listed Ningaloo reef, for tourism development.

If you are a conscientious traveller that respects the right to wilderness camping at affordable rates, please sign our petition at www.change.org (search term 'warroora'). People power is in numbers - please share and tell your friends.
Thank you,

The Warroora Family
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