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Loved it! Our campsite was away from everybody else's and the creek was great for kayaks and swimming. Perfect for kids too. Being able to get bush honey from the house is an added bonus. Thank you, we had a great spot at Easter. Will...More
My wife and I spent a night here on the way to Ningaloo. I was fascinated by the combination of old and new technology in use. Solar power pumped water from a borehole into a header tank and an old fashioned wood burning "donkey" heated...More
Thank Rodney B
Response from Joyce P, Guest Relations Manager at Emu Creek StationResponded 12 June 2016
We are so glad that people stay with us and get a feel for our lifestyle. City and town folk often don't know what it takes to put a steak on their plates! We often say "Get off the bitumen and get the feel for...More
We spent a night here on our way to Ningaloo. It is a lovely old homestead. Joyce was most welcoming, and provided a delicious two course meal for nine of us. Our dinner companions included 4 workmen, who were good company and interesting to talk...More
1 Thank sandra b
Response from Joyce P, Guest Relations Manager at Emu Creek StationResponded 7 June 2016
Thank you for these encouraging comments. Only sorry that we could not see you again on your return visit due to slippery roads. I am sure you made the right decision as my drive home that day was quite hairy. Hope to see you again...More
We spent 3 nights at Emu Creek (family of 4) and it was an amazing and insightful experience into station life in the Pilbara! Darryl, Joyce, Kylie, Dean and kids made this adventure, by showing us around the station and explaining all of the history....More
Thank Catherine T
Response from Joyce P, Owner at Emu Creek StationResponded 29 April 2016
Thank you Catherine and family! The things of nature we sometimes take for granted can be fascinating for townie children. It's back to the simple pleasures, conversation and family working as a team. Thanks for being great guests.
Had such a great time, an excellent Easter long weekend swimming in the little pools around the homestead and eating delicious home cooked meals. Great company and good exploring. Saw lots of birds, animals and cattle along the way. Thoroughly recommend for a stress free...More
1 Thank Missem88
Response from Joyce P, Owner at Emu Creek StationResponded 29 March 2016
Hi Missem88 - We certainly showed you how things can go wrong in the Pilbara - no power equals no fans. At least we had gas cooking! You were the perfect guest and would be welcome any time.
Yes, just arrive - no booking for caravans required at that time. Not likely to be crowded. Cost is $25 per night. Hope by then we have water in the river pool near the camp site! Very little rain since last year.
Hi - I am sorry that we did not see your question earlier. We may have a vacancy in June - do you need one king room or are you a family? You can go to our website and this site will not let me put it in this response - I... More
Hi - I am sorry that we did not see your question earlier. We may have a vacancy in June - do you need one king room or are you a family? You can go to our website and this site will not let me put it in this response - I think it is in this information.
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"3 guest rooms in Homestead, basic but comfortable & clean."