Driving Conditions

Wooleen is accessible by a mixture of gravel and bitumen roads.

Although we recommend a 4WD, the station is still very accessible with a 2WD for those comfortable driving on gravel roads.

Please check with us at the homestead if you are uncertain of distance and timing.

The gravel roads surrounding Wooleen Station and within the Shire of Murchison are maintained to a high standard by the shire works crew. A detailed road report can be found on their website.

Things to consider and remember when driving on a gravel road

Overall, driving to Wooleen Station should be a very pleasant experience. Remember to travel at a speed comfortable for you and your passengers, appreciate the natural bush that surrounds and spot some wildlife along the way.

Wildlife and Stock

Road ways are not fenced and therefore kangaroos, emus, cows, sheep and other wildlife are free to roam and cross the roads at will. Slow down and give animals right of way if you see them up ahead.

Dust and Visibility

Visibility can be an issue due to the dust clouds kicked up by your vehicle or by those traveling ahead. If necessary, slow down and remain vigilant.

Weather Conditions and Mud

Rain can make the roads muddy and impassable, watch the weather closer to departing and remember to check the shire road condition report or call the homestead for an update (08) 9963 7973. Alternatively, the extremely hot weather will necessitate you travel with extra food and water supplies on board.


Driving distances from popular places

Google Maps is an unreliable source to calculate your driving distance and times to Wooleen Station.

Please check with us at the homestead if you are uncertain of distance and timing.


  Wooleen Station Allow up to…
Carnarvon (via Gascoyne Junction) 450km 5  - 5.5 hours
Carnarvon (via Butchers Track) 419km 4.5 – 5 hours
Cue (via Boolardy Kalli Rd) 223km 3 hours
Denham (via Butchers Track) 347km 4 – 4.5 hours
Exmouth 912km 10 hours
Gascoyne Junction 332km 3.5 – 4 hours
Geraldton 293km 3 – 4 hours
Kalbarri (via Coolcalalaya Rd) 295km 3.5 – 4 hours
Karijini National Park (via Cue) 994km 11 hours
Meekatharra (via Cue) 339km 3.5 – 4 hours
Mount Magnet (via Cue) 303km 3.5 – 4 hours
Mount Magnet (via Yalgoo) 332km 3.5 – 4 hours
Mount Augustus (via Landor Mt Augustus Road) 427km 5 – 6 hours
Mullewa 195km 2 – 3 hours
Pindar 193km 2 – 3 hours
Perth (via Midlands Rd) 700kms 8 – 9 hours
Yalgoo (Via Yalgoo North Rd) 208km 2 – 3 hours

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