A billabong in Wooleen Station, Western Australia

A billabong in Wooleen Station, Western Australia

Wooleen Station is one of the fi nest working cattle stations in the heart of outback Western Australia, situated on the Murchison River and covering half a million acres of picturesque rangelands. Your Wooleen hosts, David and Frances, make the outback come alive, ensuring your station experience is comfortable, enlightening and enjoyable.

A billabong in Wooleen Station, Western Australia
A billabong in Wooleen Station, Western Australia

The property covers a total area of 152,000 hectares (375,600 acres). The bulk of the land is Mulga scrub land and contains a 36 kilometres (22 mi)-length of the Murchison river and the Roderick River as well as Lake Wooleen.

Creature Comforts

Offering various forms of accommodation ranging from camping, to self-contained rammed earth guesthouses and the gracious National Trust listed homestead. including luxury accommodation, delicious home style cooking, cellar of Western Australian wines, magnificent formal dining room, full sized billiard table, extensive library and swimming pool, all amidst an oasis of spectacular, award winning gardens.

Relaxing in a beautiful landscape at Wooleen Station
A billabong in Wooleen Station, Western Australia

Rich in History

Delight in the beauty and serenity of the oldest lands in the world. Stretch your legs after the drive into Murchison by taking a Wooleen Walk Trail and learn about conservation, the environment, bush tucker and white settlement in the early 1900’s. Come along on a guided tour of the station encompassing such things as the listed wetlands of Wooleen Lake, seasonal wildflowers, Aboriginal heritage, colonial history, and spectacular granite outcrops. Learn how the Pollock family are now working towards making Wooleen an ecologically sustainable enterprise.

At One With Nature (A billabong in Wooleen Station, Western Australia)

Wooleen is a place to relax and enjoy your getaway. Guests can join in with Station activities or simply unwind and take in the Australian outback at its best.

Note: Care should be taken, especially at night, as most of the road verge is not fenced. Stock and wildlife often stray onto the road. There are numerous cattle grids. Shell Billabong Roadhouse 134 km north of the Kalbarri turnoff. An ideal place to take a break.

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A billabong in Wooleen Station, Western Australia Wooleen Station is one of the fi nest working cattle stations in the heart of outback Western Australia, situated on the Murchison River and covering half a million acres of picturesque rangelands. Your Wooleen hosts, David and Frances, make the outback come alive,...
<h2>A billabong in Wooleen Station, Western Australia</h2> Wooleen Station is one of the fi nest working cattle stations in the heart of outback Western Australia, situated on the Murchison River and covering half a million acres of picturesque rangelands. Your Wooleen hosts, David and Frances, make the outback come alive, ensuring your station experience is comfortable, enlightening and enjoyable. <div style="text-align: center;"><dl id="attachment_202"><dt><a href="http://xfoxnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/WooleenStation_EN-US12208830359_1366x768.jpg"><img class="aligncenter" alt="A billabong in Wooleen Station, Western Australia" src="http://xfoxnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/WooleenStation_EN-US12208830359_1366x768.jpg" width="900" height="506" /></a></dt><dd>A billabong in Wooleen Station, Western Australia</dd></dl></div> The property covers a total area of 152,000 hectares (375,600 acres). The bulk of the land is Mulga scrub land and contains a 36 kilometres (22 mi)-length of the Murchison river and the Roderick River as well as Lake Wooleen. <h2>Creature Comforts</h2> Offering various forms of accommodation ranging from camping, to self-contained rammed earth guesthouses and the gracious National Trust listed homestead. including luxury accommodation, delicious home style cooking, cellar of Western Australian wines, magnificent formal dining room, full sized billiard table, extensive library and swimming pool, all amidst an oasis of spectacular, award winning gardens. <div style="text-align: center;"><dl id="attachment_204"><dt><a href="http://xfoxnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Wooleen-gallery-11.jpg"><img class="aligncenter" alt="Relaxing in a beautiful landscape at Wooleen Station" src="http://xfoxnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Wooleen-gallery-11.jpg" width="900" height="675" /></a></dt><dd>A billabong in Wooleen Station, Western Australia</dd></dl></div> <h2>Rich in History</h2> Delight in the beauty and serenity of the oldest lands in the world. Stretch your legs after the drive into Murchison by taking a Wooleen Walk Trail and learn about conservation, the environment, bush tucker and white settlement in the early 1900’s. Come along on a guided tour of the station encompassing such things as the listed wetlands of Wooleen Lake, seasonal wildflowers, Aboriginal heritage, colonial history, and spectacular granite outcrops. Learn how the Pollock family are now working towards making Wooleen an ecologically sustainable enterprise. <h2>At One With Nature (A billabong in Wooleen Station, Western Australia)</h2> Wooleen is a place to relax and enjoy your getaway. Guests can join in with Station activities or simply unwind and take in the Australian outback at its best. Note: Care should be taken, especially at night, as most of the road verge is not fenced. Stock and wildlife often stray onto the road. There are numerous cattle grids. Shell Billabong Roadhouse 134 km north of the Kalbarri turnoff. An ideal place to take a break.