Warroora Station (Aka “Warra” Station), Western Australia

Located right on the Ningaloo Reef, Warroora Station offers absolute beachfront, self-sufficient camping for those who wish to escape the hustle and bustle of caravan parks. Warroora Station (often known as Warra Station) is known to many as a paradise on the Ningaloo Reef.

sunset over Warroora Station
Sun setting over Warroora beach campsites – 14 Mile Beach

Camping at Warroora Station

Due to the vast size of the station, there are numerous camp spots both at the station and along the coast. In total there are twelve camping grounds (Refer to map here). One of them is the station itself (which is managed by the owner) of the station and the other eleven campgrounds are managed by the Department of Parks and Wildlife.

For all DPWA campgrounds, the following applies:

  • Visitors must have a chemical cassette toilet (More info here)
  • Camping fees apply
  • Campfires are allowed in self-contained fire pits for certain times (Refer to the DPWA current campfire conditions page for details)
  • Generators allowed
  • Dogs are permitted within designated areas and the campground (Must be on a leash)
  • No drinking water
  • No showers
  • No toilets
  • A dump station is located at the homestead

Refer to the list below (from south to north) for the number of campsites with a clickable link form information and how to book.

1. Amherst Point

2. The Lagoon

3. Nicks Camp

4. Black Moon Cliff

Blackmoon cliff sign at Warroora Station
Blackmoon Cliff campsite at Warroora Station

5. Stevens Camp

6. Elles Beach

7. Maggies

8. Sandy Point

9. Stans Camp (Overflow camping)

10. the Ridge

11. 14 Mile Beach Camp

Sunset from the beach at 14 Mile Camp Western Australia
14 Mile Beach Camp at Warroora Station

How to get to Warroora Station

Warroora is located approximately 18km south of Coral Bay. The station has a road in from both the north and the south of the station.

To the south of Warroora is Gnaraloo Station, another well-known working station located along the Ningaloo Reef.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Below are a list of FAQs related to Warroora Station. If you have any more questions you would like answered, feel free to submit a comment at the bottom of this page.

How do I book a coastal campsite at Warroora Station?

The coastal camp sites at Warra are managed by the Department of Parks and Wildlife and all bookings for the sites are to be made through them. If you want to camp at the actual station you can contact Warroora for this.

How many coast campsites are there?

There are 12 different campsites at Warroora. Places to camp include 14 Mile, The Ridge, Stans Camp (used for overflow camping), Sandy Point, Elles Beach, Maggies, Stevens Camp, Black Moon Cliff, Nicks Camp, Lagoon, and Amherst Point. There is also the campsite at Warroora Homestead though this one isn’t managed by Department of Parks and Wildlife.

Do you have to book prior?

Yes, all campsites need to be booked online prior to arrival.

What does it cost to camp at Warroora Station?

Like most DPWA sites, camping is relatively cheap. Check out the Warroora Station page on DPWA for current costs.

What options are available for non-campers?

If camping isn’t your thing and you would rather stay in a villa, the homestead has a number of options including a villa and a cottage for rent.

Can you get phone reception at Warroora Station?

There is very limited phone reception, however, there is a hill that has taken on the nickname of “Telstra hill”. From this hill, you will be able to get phone reception when the weather is good.

For more info on the actual Warra station visit their website here. Alternatively, check out the write up on 4WdingAustralia.com

Below are some photos of Warra Station. If you have some photos of the area that you would like to share with others we would love to hear from you!

Videos of Warroora Station

Below is an insight into one of the popular campsites within Warroora Station:

Camping at 14 Mile at Warroora Station in Western Australia
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