Outback Camping

Your well-behaved dog is welcome when camping, but please remember to keep pooch securely in the vehicle when visiting the homestead. Prior to setting out from the homestead, sign your Commitment to Country document and join Wooleen Station in their goal of land rehabilitation and sustainable grazing.

River Campground

Set up your tent, camper trailer or caravan at the Murchison River.

Camp fires
Each site has a fire-pit. Wooleen does not supply firewood but can direct guests to appropriate collection points. BYO wood is recommended.

Be aware of a total fire ban in the Shire of Murchison from October 1 to April 1 each year.

Other campers
Wooleen's four river sites allow one or two vehicles per site. Our priority is preserving the fragile and natural environment located at the Murchison River. Booking in advance is essential.

Facilities
Two composting toilets are available at the river.

Visitors must be self-sufficient during their stay, no electricity is supplied at your campsite.

Drinking water, household rubbish disposal and showers are available at the Wooleen Homestead.

Rocky Outcrop Campground

Set up your swag tent, camper trailer or caravan at the Rocky Outcrop Campground, a cluster of Breakaway rocks west of the Wooleen homestead.

Camp fires
This site has one fire pit to share. Wooleen does not supply firewood but can direct guests to appropriate collection points. BYO wood is recommended.

Be aware of a total fire ban in the Shire of Murchison from October 1 to April 1 each year.

Other campers
The Rocky Outcrop is one exclusive site which we invite you to enjoy yourself, or to share with a group of friends. Wooleen only has one Rocky Outcrop campsite and booking in advance is essential.

Facilities
A composting toilet is available. Visitors must be self-sufficient during their stay, no electricity is supplied at your campsite.

Drinking water, household rubbish disposal, and showers are available at the Wooleen Homestead.

Gidgee Tree Campground

Set up your swag, tent, camper trailer or caravan under a 12 metre tall Gidgee Tree, 6kms west of the Wooleen homestead.

Camp fires
This site has one fire pit to for each of the two sites. Wooleen does not supply firewood but can direct guests to appropriate collection points. BYO wood is recommended.

Be aware of a total fire ban in the Shire of Murchison from October 1 to April 1 each year.

Other campers
Booking in advance is essential.

Facilities
These campsites do not come with a composting toilet and providing your own is compulsory. Digging a hole and burying your waste is not acceptable.

Visitors must be self-sufficient during their stay, no electricity is supplied at your campsite.

Drinking water, household rubbish disposal, and showers are available at the Wooleen Homestead.

A dump point can be found at the Murchison Settlement for disposal of your waste.

Availability & Bookings

 

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