Nambung Station Stay in WA is a working sheep and cattle station in the Shire of Dandargan, Western Australia.
The Station consists of more than 5,000 acres of land with 300 beef cattle, 3,000 fine wool merino sheep and is a registered Land for Wildlife property.
Whether your interest lies in wildflowers, native birds, bushwalking, camping, farming, photography, star gazing or just relaxing in a peaceful rural setting Nambung Station can enhance your holiday experience.
The Nambung area was explored by George Grey in the early 19 century. Among his exploring party was a young man called Frederick Smith who sadly became ill and died while camping near a creek in the area. The creek was named after Frederick Smith and this same creek runs through Nambung Station.
There is also a water hole named Frederick Smith Well, which was used for watering the stock passing along the Old Northern Stock Route which also passes through Nambung Station.
Situated in a quiet, rural countryside in the richly diverse wildflower heartland of Western Australia, Nambung Station offers unique holiday and overnight stays for campers, caravans, RVs, Big Rigs, tenting and B&B farmhouse accommodation. There are spacious camp sites with on-site ablution, with 10 new powered sites.
The Nambung B&B has two double bedrooms, a shared lounge, kitchen and bathroom.
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