While travelling the Gascoyne Murchison Outback Pathways you will drive through a lot of beautiful station country. Many of these stations offer tourism experiences for visitors. Station Stays give you insight into true outback life and are a unique kind of accommodation; many station owners open their homes to visitors and encourage you to 'make yourself at home' during your stay. You may find it difficult to leave after comfortably settling into your new 'home away from home'.
Station dwellings in the Gascoyne Murchison region hold much historical significance with some homesteads in the area dating back to the late 1880's when they were first constructed. Visit the stations that offer tourism experiences and learn about life back when the stations in the Gascoyne Murchison were first settled. You'll also gain fascinating insight into how many pastoralists are choosing to run their stations today.
Many Station Stays offer homestead, self-contained or camping accommodation. Even if you don't want to stay overnight many Station Stays offer day-trip activities such as self-drive tours, 4wd tracks, self-guided walks, guided bus, car and quad bike tours and much more.
To find out more about Station Stays accessible via the Gascoyne Murchison Outback Pathways have a look at the listings below. Also visit Outback Station Stays WA (wastationstays.com.au)
Kayaking, bush-walking and bird-watching are just a few of the activities you can enjoy during your stay at Emu Creek Station! Join us for an amazing station-stay experience.
Gabyon Station Stay gives you a chance to visit a real working sheep station. 2 hours drive from Geraldton, and only 40 minutes from the historical mining town of Yalgoo.
Glenburgh Station is located in the Gascoyne region and is rich history having been established in 1887. You are welcome to stay in one of the nature-based camping sites and explore the spectacular self-driving 4WD trails, walking trails, Stargazing, bird watching and more.
We are exactly 500 km (about six hours driving) from Perth and 60 km south of the gold mining town of Mount Magnet. We are on the Great Northern Highway, situated just 500 metres east of our turn off - so close in fact, that you can see the shearing shed and station buildings from the "main" road.
Melangata Station is a unique Homestead designed by Monsignor John Hawes that offers accommodation in the Homestead as well as bush camping sites nearby.
Nalbarra Station is a 161,000 hectare station and a great holiday destination for those travelling up Great Northern Highway. John & Karen's working sheep station is 70km north of Paynes Find.
The historic Nallan Station homestead was originally built in 1920 and follows the Miners Pathway. The Station spans 98,886Ha and provides ample opportunities to explore or relax, whichever your heart desires.
Mellenbye Station is a working cattle station. If you enjoy watching the stars at night, sitting by the campfire and getting away from the stresses of modern life, then this is the place for you. The station is a great base for exploring the districts of Morawa and Yalgoo as well as experiencing the ambiance of the station.