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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

If you love quiet, peace, space, private beach, campfire - this is the place for you. I was on a red earth safari tour and we dragged our beds out to sleep under the stars. Was one of the best nights on our trip from...More

Thank JodieOneKnobie
Response from Leonie M, Owner at Warroora StationResponded 4 weeks ago

So glad you enjoyed your stay, and meeting Alfie, his misses the kids so much, they are at school in Exmouth Monday to Friday. Cheers Leonie

Reviewed 10 May 2018 via mobile

Woroora wilderness camp offers completely self sustainable camping on the edge of the ningaloo reef. Spectacular views await you in secluded camp sites. The office sell firewood which is a must for those slow cooked camp roasts. Idealic place to get away from the world...More

Thank Matt C
Response from Leonie M, Owner at Warroora StationResponded 4 weeks ago

More and more visitors seeks a wilderness experience where they can jump off the merry-go-round of busy lives and just get back in touch with Mother Nature, we find it is a real growth market these days and so very few places where it can...More

Reviewed 25 August 2017

We stayed at Warroora station for 5 nights and it was very relaxing. We stayed at the 14 Miles beach (North entrance) and were allocated a site right on the beach. Highlights; the site is straight on the beach, access is easy, nice sand and...More

4  Thank AlainrlgMelbourne
Response from Leonie M, Owner at Warroora StationResponded 20 March 2018

Thankyou Alain, so glad you enjoyed your stay at the 14 Mile, total wilderness camping on the world heritage listed Ningaloo Reef. Come again some time. Cheers

Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

I have been coming to Warroora since 1973 and have seen station owners come and go. This place has been a great fishing and camping spot but with obvious reasons it has come a lot more known with lots more people camping here. We usually...More

1  Thank Chizzel
Response from Leonie M, Owner at Warroora StationResponded 4 weeks ago

So glad you found this place in the same condition as in the 70's - we have been coming here since then also, and have had the lease since 1994. We are so grateful for the visitors who help us keep the coastline in its...More

Reviewed 20 July 2017 via mobile

Stayed at Warroora at the Sandy Point overflow camp site, due to it being busy during school holidays. The site was great; ocean views, short walk to beach and stunning sunsets and moon rises. Explored the other beaches. Sandy Point was best with our 18...More

Thank Sarah_Luke_84
Response from Leonie M, Owner at Warroora StationResponded 4 weeks ago

Thankyou Sarah, our caretakers are wonderful environmental specialists, we are so grateful to them and all our voluntary visitors to make sure the place remains as Mother Nature intended it to be. Cheers

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Midge K
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Response from Sarah_Luke_84 | Reviewed this property |
Yes the road is suitable. The gravel driveway is off the highway.
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Val B
4 July 2017|
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What is road like into warroora station is it suitable for caravans
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