“Woolshed” tourist hub opens at Bullara Station

Safari Lodge at Bullara Station. Photo credit: Bullara Station

Pastoral tourism continues to grow in popularity in Western Australia and Bullara Station, situated between Coral Bay and Exmouth on the Ningaloo coast has built a reputation over the past 12 years for providing an authentic station stay experience.

Bullara offers a range of accommodation from two self-contained cottages and the traditional Shearers Lodge, to the Outcamp and authentic and spacious bush camping.

The recent opening of the “Woolshed” Tourist Hub on this family-run, working cattle station has expanded its capacity to accommodate guests and support strong regional tourism growth. The development includes two new high-end glamping tents, sixty new camping and caravan sites, a new ablutions block and hot water system, shearing shed hub, upgraded power systems, and a commercial kitchen and café.

Mealtime at Bullara. Photo credit: Bullara Station

The new facilities, which received support from the Regional Economic Development Grants program, have also increased Bullara’s capacity to host events, and showcase their outback experience. Bullara recently hosted a sold-out event at the 2022 Gascoyne Food Festival

The property, a short distance off the main road, is accessed via a 1km 2WD track, so is suitable for all car and caravan types. Cape Range National Park and the Ningaloo coast are both an easy drive away for day trips.

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