Glenburgh Station is a family owned and operated working cattle station nestled in the heart of the Gascoyne.
Ross and Anna Collins opened up their backyard to travellers in May 2020 to showcase their proud family history, giving tourists the opportunity to experience authentic station life whilst enjoying the rustic beauty the region has to offer.
Travellers can explore the natural wonders of the region through one of the many self-drive tours or bushwalks, immerse in the fascinating family and local history or simply just relax and enjoy the tranquillity by the banks of the Geeranoo creek.
Glenburgh Station stay provides a truly unique and history enriched nature stay.
WHAT WE OFFER
ECO - CAMPING
Price: $12 per vehicle per day
UNPOWERED SPACIOUS CAMPING SITES NEXT TO THE GEERANOO CREEK
Price: $12 per tent per day
DESIGNATED AREA JUST FOR TENTS
SEVERAL FIRE PITS
AUTHENTIC SHEARERS BATHROOM
OBSERVING THE WILDLIFE AND DIFFERENT BIRD SPECIES
SELF- DRIVE TOURS
Price: $5 for your map
UNIQUE SUBJECTS FROM LANDSCAPES, NIGHT SKIES WILDLIFE AND MORE
INFORMATION ABOUT THE STATIONS HISTORY
AMAZING STARGAZING EXPERIENCE
WALKING ON ESTABLISHED TRAILS
Travelling on the Carnarvon - Mullewa Road
270Km east of Carnarvon
110Km east of Gascoyne Junction
190Km north of Murchison Settlement
390Km north of Mullewa
Internet and phone reception: enjoy the break! No internet or phone reception available.
Driving around the grounds: to keep the dust down, please keep under 8km/hour.
Dogs: please keep your dogs on leads at any time; we use strychnine for wild dogs which won’t affect the caravan area but the rest of the station.
Personal Generators: in generator designated areas to be run between 8am-8pm
Fires: please check with us about updates on fire bans, all fires must be kept in fire pits .
Only collect dead wood on the ground away form the campsite, we try to leave the natural habitat as much as we can.
Bathroom: communal bathrooms are cleaned daily between 6-9am..
Hot Water: shower donkey (wood fired hot water system) is lit daily between 4-6pm we will provide firewood, please do not remove.
Rubbish: Please put all your rubbish in the bins provided, bins will be emptied daily.
Water: Our water comes from a bore it is fine for domestic use only. Please bring your own drinking water.
Rubbish vs. Treasures: years of an operating shearing shed, lots of people camping in the bush, wind and weather have shifted little treasure’s around the place each one has a story to tell, If you find something old in the dirt, we appreciate if it will be placed in the museum for other people to see and cherish, if it is rubbish we thank you if you will put it in the bin provided.
Dinner Nights: Info on dates and costs will be on the receptions notice board.
We hope to see you soon!