Welcome to Wooleen Station

A nature based station stay in the mid west of Western Australia with a strong focus on the environmental rehabilitation of the WA Outback.

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The Australian Outback at its best

Wildflowers Granite Outcrop

Granite Hills, Wooleen Station: 500,000 acres burst into colour in wildflower season.

In the heart of the dramatic Murchison region, Wooleen Station represents the very heart and soul of Australia’s outback.

Covering over a quarter of a million acres of picturesque outback, Wooleen Station is a cattle station that is playing a leading role in preserving and sustaining the unique ecology of the region.

Listed by the Australian National Trust, Wooleen Homestead offers a luxurious way to experience the Australian outback.

With delicious home style cooking, vast cellar of Western Australian wines and magnificent formal dining room, you are assured of a culinary experience of Australian outback you will not forget. And after dinner, you can enjoy the full size Billiard table.

The 1200sqm Homestead with wide colonial verandahs has its own swimming pool and is nestled in an oasis of spectacular, award winning gardens.

Yewlands Pool: Eucalyptus reflection in the heritage listed Wooleen wetlands.

Yewlands Pool: Eucalyptus reflection in the heritage listed Wooleen wetlands.

Wooleen Lake and its heritage listed Wetlands is a semi-permanent home to a vast array of animal and bird life when its full and when its dry.

In Spring, the land comes to life with a multitude of wildflowers after the correct winter rainfall. The Murchison River runs through the Station, only a short drive from the Homestead.

Wooleen’s nature-based station stay offers a multitude of experiences, from colonial and Aboriginal heritage tourism to nature based tours.

The vegetation and the quality of the land make the Wooleen property one of the finest stations in Australia. This is a new kind of holiday. If you are interested in ecology and the culture of the Australian bush then Wooleen is the place for you.