Starring role for Quobba
Quobba Station, located near the southern tip of the Ningaloo Marine Park, north of Carnarvon, is a working pastoral station with 80km of coastline bordering the Indian Ocean.
Publicity generated by its recent hosting of Hollywood superstars Chris Hemsworth and Matt Damon with their families at the station’s Red Bluff campsite has put this coastal wilderness on the world stage.
“One of the best trips we’ve ever been on,” Hemsworth wrote in an Instagram post. “Very remote part of Western Australia, off the grid, no cell phones, no crowds, just sunsets, surfing, fishing and big smiles. Cheers.”
The Quobba experience includes land-based game fishing, isolated beaches, world renowned surfing, snorkelling, whales and other abundant marine and wildlife in the arid outback landscape.
Accommodation choices range from camping or palm frond humpies, fishing shacks and cottages through to luxury eco safari tents on top of the Red Bluff cliffs.
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