Nambung Station Stay Caravan, Campsites &

Caravan Park

4.4 from 47 users

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2269 Wongonderrah Rd, Nambung, Western Australia

(08) 9652-4048

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Description

Nambung Station is a working sheep and cattle station that is open to the public all year round. Situated in a quiet, rural countryside in the richly diverse wildflower heartland of WA, Nambung Station offers unique holiday and overnight stays for campers, caravans, RVs, Big Rigs, tenting and B&B farmhouse accommodation. Nambung Station is a working farm and whether your interest lies in wild-flowers, native birds, bushwalking, camping, farming, photography, star gazing or just relaxing in a peaceful rural setting Nambung Station can enhance your holiday experience.

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Location

Lat: -30.575415 Lng: 115.224302

User Reviews

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BD2500

Nice and peaceful. Station tour was informative and the pinnacles fascinating. Facilities were as advertised and clean and tidy. Great hosts. Would have stayed a few more nights if not for commitments elsewhere

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Captain Gerry

Another example of a review based on incorrect info (cheers - chief) the camp kitchen floor is concreted, the dinning area is covered with shell grit, there is a bbq, fridge, hot and cold sink, microwave, kettle and power points for your own appliances . It's a station stay not a tourist resort. If you wanted toast why not bring your own toaster. Or better still ask the manager for one instead of putting that sort of crap review up. And as for the rates, they are on par with most other farm stays we have been to.

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cheers-chief

Yet another highly rated wikicamps spot that turned out to be dissapointing. Pros: hot showers, nice views Cons: management seemed more interested in riding around in the buggy than anything else. Money recieved from the above average site charges should go back into developing something that resembles some sort of camp kitchen. A sand pit with a few plastic tables and chairs and a kettle doesn't cut it. A toaster would be a good start. $20 from kmart.

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