Quobba Station is a working pastoral station located on the edge of the Ningaloo Reef Marine Park and about 80 kilometres north of Carnarvon. It is where the desert meets the sea!
With 80 kilometres of coastline skirting the Indian Ocean, guests at the station can expect spectacular views, incredible game fishing, surfing, snorkelling and if you're lucky, a sighting of Bottlenose dolphins or even Humpback whales during their migration between May to October.
The station hosts two campsites - The Quobba Homestead, perfect for families, fishermen and grey nomads, and Red Bluff, great for surfers, families and adventurous travellers.
A range of accommodation options are available, from traditional camping and caravan sites to fishing shacks and rustic station hand cottages. For a taste of luxury, guests can also book our ocean-view Chalets.
Quobba Station is a 10-hour drive from Perth. Alternatively, visitors can take a three-hour flight to Carnarvon and a one-hour drive north from there.
Home of Red Bluff rated number eight in Brad Farmer’s list of Australia’s 101 Best Beaches for 2018.