In the heart of the dramatic Murchison region, Wooleen Station represents the very heart and soul of Australia's outback.
PLEASE NOTE DUE TO COVID-19 WOOLEEN STATION WILL REOPEN FOR CAMPING AND SELF-CONTAINED GUESTHOUSES ON THE 30TH OF MAY 2020. THE HOMESTEAD WILL RE-OPEN IN JULY. GUIDED TOURS TO BE CONFIRMED AT A FUTURE DATE.
Covering over a quarter of a million acres of picturesque outback, Wooleen Station Stay 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, the Homestead offers a luxurious way to experience the Australian outback.
With delicious home-style cooking, a vast cellar of Western Australian wines and a 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 is nestled in an oasis of spectacular, landscaped gardens. Surrounding heritage buildings and walking trails create a one-of-a-kind opportunity to look back in time to the hey-day of the Murchison region.
Surrounded by colonial verandas the homestead is set amongst an oasis of landscaped gardens. The homestead is a true experience and insight into station life as owners and hosts, David and Frances, live in house along with their guests.
The buildings use new, natural and recycled materials. Many of the doors and windows were rescued from an old homestead in the region. This mix of materials creates a character building with the freshness of new accommodation.
Set up your tent, camper trailer or caravan at the Murchison River. Each site has a fire-pit, and your well-behaved dog is welcome at the river. Sign our commitment to country and help achieve land rehabilitation and sustainable grazing on Wooleen.