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Giralia Station Stay

2 Burkett Road Giralia station, Exmouth, Western Australia 6707 Australia
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#2 of 2 B&Bs / Inns in Exmouth
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Welcome to Giralia Outback Stay, offering a variety of accommodation, from camping through to homestead rooms. We are proud to be one of Tourism Council Western Australia's Accredited Tourism Businesses. Giralia is located on the trail of the old Wool Wagon Pathway and takes in the beautiful Gulf of Exmouth, which is a 45 minute drive from the homestead. It's also a fishermen's haven and an adventurers thrill. Giralia is also very popular for bird watches, fossil hunters, 4WD'ers and bush walkers. We have accomodation to suit all. Ensuite homestead accommodation, self contained cottage, backpacker accomodation, as well as camping for large rigs, caravans, camper trailers and tents​. If you want some more privacy and want a once in a lifetime experience, you can camp down at Giralia bay on the front of the coast. Gaze at the stars at night and fish or swim the bay in the day.
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Free parking
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
BBQ facilities
Washing machine
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2 Burkett Road Giralia station, Exmouth, Western Australia 6707 Australia
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shanella76 wrote a review Oct 2021
Perth, Australia18 contributions4 helpful votes
We were so looking forward to staying here, on the website the beach looked lovely. The reality was bitterly disappointing. The amount of flys that stuck to us made it impossible to sit outside most times. We got eaten alive by midgies. It was rocks and sand, not the nice website pictures and our kids did not swim. Its hard to pick a positive...sunsets were good....night sky was great....just be prepared if you do go with lots of midgie and fly repellents....
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
Aussienando wrote a review Jun 2021
533 contributions401 helpful votes
A great easy road in – well graded (less than 4kms) – makes the start of your stay a pleasant one. On arrival we were warmly welcomed by Denver who is the property owner and farmer and Trumper (his cattle dog). Denver showed us to our room and ensuite – perfectly appointed room (which also had a tv). Jennifer and Nary were absolutely delightful, helpful and incredibly kind. We were offered tea, coffee, drinks and the warmth and friendliness was great (so different to Bullara which is commercial and lacks the personal touch). Our room at the homestead had a queen bed – super comfy and in the middle of winter didn’t get bitterly cold (though air con was available we didn’t’ need to use it). The bathroom had a toilet and shower with good shower pressure and toasty hot water. Whisper quiet at night. The grounds made for many a good photo. Lots of cockatoos, a few horses and “farm” landscapes. At night there is an opportunity to meet others around the campfire for a drink (byo). Home cooked dinners are also available (just contact Jennifer in advance) - they looked fabulous (fresh meat pie, mash and veggies). This is a true homestay with wonderful hospitality. Sorry we only discovered on our way back to Exmouth and had a plane to catch. Would highly recommend.
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Date of stay: June 2021
Room Tip: Homestead rooms are great - super quiet
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Cameron G wrote a review Jan 2021
Seminyak, Indonesia17 contributions
We booked to stay 3 nights at Giralia Station in January 2021 after seeing some photos from a friend earlier in the year. We arrived after a long drive from Denham in 43 degree heat. When we got there the AC had only just been turned on and the cottage we’d booked was probably 50 degrees inside. While the scenery was spectacular there were two problems with our stay. 1: We just picked the wrong time of year. It was just far too hot for us to have an enjoyable stay. The AC didn’t cool half the building, and the bathroom was a hot house. 2: The hosts just didn’t seem prepared for our stay. The AC got turned on far too late on such a hot day. The toilet didn’t flush. The TV remote had flat batteries. There was only 1 roll of TP for 6 people across 3 nights. Unfortunately we couldn’t stay there more than one night and we left with the overwhelming feeling that the Station would be a beautiful spot almost any other time of the year.
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Date of stay: January 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
George12456 wrote a review Dec 2020
Wooroloo, Australia84 contributions66 helpful votes
What a little gem of a station stay with our camper. The weather was perfect and the location was fantastic right on the waters edge. The owners of the station were extremely helpful and accommodating. Thank u so much for sharing this fabulous location.
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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georgegooch95 wrote a review Oct 2020
Perth, Australia3 contributions1 helpful vote
Giralia is the perfect stop for a wide range of travellers. Whether you've got all you're own gear and just looking for somewhere to park up or you want to put your feet up in a nice room Giralia's the place. We were 3 young guys just travelling with swags and the bush camp sites near the homestead were ideal. The toilet and shower facilities were really flash especially considering how remote you are, but they still have maintained the "old station look," with the corrugated iron etc which is all part of the outback experience. We were there in the middle of winter and warm showers were great. Also you get mobile reception which is unheard of in the bush! Denver and Jennifer are great hosts and go above and beyond to look after everyone plus they're great people to top it off! The reception area has a lot of really interesting information about the history of the station, School of the Air and the pastoral industry in general, all well worth the time to take a look at. The homestead accomodation is top class while still giving you a great outback experience which is what you want. We were also treated to a roast dinner and desert and couldn't fault it. There is also camping available down at the beach which is a great fishing spot so we'll be back again to stay for longer! Access into the station is easy and the road from the highway is in good condition for all cars.
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Date of stay: July 2020
USD 105 - USD 109 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Giralia Station Stay
What are some of the property amenities at Giralia Station Stay?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free parking, barbeque facilities, and boating.
What food & drink options are available at Giralia Station Stay?
Guests can enjoy barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Giralia Station Stay?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are pets allowed at Giralia Station Stay?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.