Nallan Station Stay
Type of accommodation:
Recently Renovated Shearers Quarters
Unpowered camping sites
Remote eco-friendly camping sites
Hosts: Dave and Cath
Tel: (08) 9963 1054
Nallan Station is a 98,886 hectare working cattle station which provides ample opportunities to explore or relax, whichever your heart desires. You can experience your natural surroundings by birdwatching, exploring our geological wonders or just enjoy the vast uninterrupted vista of the night sky. Nallan is located just 12kms north of Cue along the Miners Pathway. Visitors can also visit other historical sites such as local aboriginal art or Milly’s soak. Nallan Lake is a nature reserve and is a haven for a huge array of plant and birdlife including black swans. During periods of heavy winter rain Lake Nallan transforms into a favoured picnic spot, surrounded with carpets of colourful everlastings and wildflowers. The recently renovated shearers quarters include kitchen facilities and the lawned homestead sites have an uncover BBQ area with firepit. Take a self-guided tour around the property and explore what Nallan has to offer.
PROUDLY FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED STATION
Get the Guide Book
Follow the pathways
The 178-page full colour guidebook paints a colourful picture of the region - its history, nature and its charismatic characters following three self-drive trails through the Gascoyne-Murchison - the Wool Wagon Pathway, Miners Pathway and the Kingsford Smith Mail Run.
Plan your Trip
While the Outback Pathways have opened the heart of the Gascoyne and Murchison to visitors, many areas on the self-drive trails remain remote and warrant extra travel precautions.