If you’re looking for a stop off point between Perth and the Coral Coast, Wooramel Station comes with our stamp of approval. I’m not a huge fan of traditional caravan parks as a general rule, and station stays are a great alternative at a good price.
It offers unpowered camp sites for $13 per person per night. You can choose from shady or sunny spots on the banks of the ‘upside down’ river, or select a spot on the grass. Dogs on lead are allowed at the far end of the retreat. There are also four glamping on site tents equipped with queen sized beds for those that don’t want to BYO.
Fire pits are set up at each camp spot, and wood can be grazed around the sites. The toilets and showers are cute, crafted from water tanks, clean and functional.
The artesian baths are a big plus. Filled with naturally warmed waters you can sink in the thirty degree water and enjoy a nice soak while sharing tips and tricks with fellow campers from around Australia or the world. It feels very decadent after some time roughing it. …