Experience a real working station at the Quobba Station, 80 kilometres north-west of Carnarvon. The station has been in the Meecham family for 32 years, and runs around 10,000 sheep. With the harsh and jagged Indian Ocean coastline as its western boundary, and Lake McLeod to its east, game fishing is renowned from the challenging rock platforms. The station offers a choice of rustic accommodation options, including chalets, cottages, transportable shacks, shearing quarters, caravans and camping. Also popular is surfing, beachcombing, whale-watching, wildlife in and above the sea, wildflower exploration and station tours.
Gnarloo Rd, 80 km north-west of Carnarvon; (08) 9948 5098