Wooleen Station Camping

Wooleen Station Camping

How would you like to spend your days relaxing right on the banks of the Murchison River?  Wooleen Station Camping offers you to be surrounded by wildflower stunning bird life and the famous stunning sunrises and sunsets.
Wooleen Station Camping is the pinnacle of bush camping in Western Australia. It offers a large amount of space to chill out and unwind and just revive the soul. Take the time to explore the Homestead, check out Yewlands Pool, the old Shearing Shed, Wooleen Lake and the Museum. A day trip to the Murchison Settlement, and Errabiddy Lookout is well worth the time. The Roadhouse at Murchison has some of the cheapest fuel in the WA outback.
Do yourself a favor and go on David’s Sunset Tours you will get to hear the history and current philosophy of Wooleen and is an education in itself. The visit to Mount Welcome, a site with special significance to the local indigenous people, was an eye opener to pre european settlement. If you’re visiting Wooleen, one of these tours is a must.
What everyone walks away saying is that the hosts David and Frances are extremely  friendly, and incredibly accommodating. While there are no showers or potable water at River Campground, you can use the showers at the Wooleen Station Camping area, and top up your fresh water supplies if necessary.

Make sure you book a holiday at Wooleen Station Camping, you will not be disappointed.


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.
Each site has its own fire-pit, Wooleen does not supply firewood but can direct guests to appropriate collection points. Otherwise BYO wood is recommended. Please be aware of a total fire ban in the Shire of Murchison from the 1st of October to the 1st of April each year.

River sites are located at least 50 meters apart.
Please note Wooleen only has 4 river sites and will only allow 1 vehicle per site to preserve the fragile and natural environment located at the Murchison River. Booking in advance is recommended.

2 composting toilets are available at the river. It is essential that visitors are prepared to be self-sufficient during their stay, no electricity is supplied at your campsite. Drinking water and showers are available at the Wooleen Homestead.

$30 per vehicle per night.

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Wooleen Station

Murchison 6630
Western Australia
Phone: +61 8 9963 7973


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