Warroora Station Camping Site

Warroora Station Camping

The Warroora Station camping spots are located next to the beautiful Ningaloo Marine Park. The stunning Warroora Station camping spots allow campers to stay alongside the coast and swim, snorkel or fish.

Relax, and enjoy the diverse range of wildlife the Warroora coast offers.

Warroora Station Campground Amenities

  • Camping Allowed

  • Drinking Water Available

  • Barbecues Available

  • Beach Camping

  • Tables and Chairs

Camping at Warroora Station

Warroora Station camping spots are next to the amazing Ningaloo Marine Park. The Warroora coast camping spots provide a seascape with endless opportunities for campers.

Warroora Station Camping Spots

14 Mile Campground

The 14 Mile Campground at Warroora Station is a beach campsite next to the Ningaloo Reef. 14 Mile Campground is 41km south of Coral Bay in the Nyinggulu Coastal Reserves.

About 14 Mile Campground

  • The 14 Mile Campground is a mid-sized campsite with 46 camping spots available.
  • Campsites at 14 Mile Campground are only accessible by 4WD.
  • Guests can stay 14 nights during peak season and 28 nights off-peak season.
  • There are no toilets available at 14 Mile Campground.
  • Dogs are allowed at 14 Mile Campground.

14 Mile Campground Camping Fees

Standard Concession
Adult $8.00 $6.00
Child $3.00 No concession


Homestead Campground

Homestead Campground at Warroora Station is a beautiful remote campsite located in the northwest region of Western Australia. It is situated on a working cattle station, surrounded by stunning beaches and bushland. It is a popular destination for travellers who enjoy nature, outdoor activities, and a relaxed, laid-back atmosphere.

The campground offers a range of accommodation options, including powered and unpowered campsites, glamping tents, and safari huts. Other amenities include hot showers, toilets, and a camp kitchen with BBQ facilities.

Activities at Homestead Campground include swimming, snorkelling, fishing, surfing, and bushwalking. The area is home to a variety of wildlife, including wallabies, kangaroos, and birds, and is also an excellent place for stargazing at night.

The campground is located approximately 260 km northwest of Exmouth and is only accessible by 4WD or off-road campervan. It is a great option for those looking for a peaceful and secluded camping experience in the stunning natural surroundings of Western Australia.

Homestead Campground Fees

Warroora Homestead fees start at $265.00 a night.

Warroora Homestead Amenities

Amenity Type Amenity
Barbeques BBQ facilities available
Additional Beds Cots available for use
Dining Dining area available
Fire pit Fire pit available
Fridge Full-sized fridge available
Laundry Laundry facilities available
Linen Linen provided
Oven Oven available
Smoking Non-smoking environment
Pets Pets allowed
Bathroom Shared bathroom facilities available
Stovetop Stovetop available
Beds 2 single beds available
Kitchen Shared kitchen facilities available
  • Children aged 2 to 15 years old are welcome at the Homestead Campground
  • Infants under five years old can stay for free
  • Please bring your drinking water, as the non-potable bore water at the campground is only suitable for cooking or domestic use.
  • Wood can be purchased from the campground office if you want a campfire, but please remember to check fire conditions before lighting one. Generators are allowed to be used between 8 am and 6 pm
  • Please use the rubbish bins provided and refrain from littering
  • Motorbikes and quadbikes are not permitted on the property

Wildlife at Warroora Station

You can camp alongside the coast and swim, snorkel, or fish. Relax, and enjoy the diverse range of wildlife the Warroora coast offers.

Dolphins frequent the lagoon, and stingrays in the shallows. Warroora Station’s camping spots are paradise.

Warroora Coast has 11 campgrounds. There are no toilets at any campgrounds, and visitors must bring a portable chemical cassette toilet. Campfires are only permitted in portable, self-contained fire pits and within designated campgrounds. Bookings are essential for more information about camping; read the frequently asked questions. Warroora Station also provides accommodation located within the Warroora Homestead Precinct.

Swimming at the Beach Near Warroora Station’s Camping Spots

Be aware that there can be strong currents within the waters of Ningaloo Marine Park. Sites such as Steven’s Camp and Elle’s beach can be particularly hazardous under certain conditions.

If you are snorkelling in the area, you must be experienced. If in doubt, don’t go out. Boat launching is permitted at 14 Mile, Maggies, Sandy Point, and Amherst Point campgrounds, but launching large boats may not be possible due to the soft sand.

Private, unlicensed all-terrain vehicles/quad bikes (ATVs) and off-road vehicles are not permitted in reserve.

Do you need a 4WD for Warroora station?

Yes, you will require a 4WD to access Warroora. At least 99% of the coastal access requires a 4WD.

With good road conditions, 2WD vehicles may access the 14 Mile Beach and the Homestead. However, you must let your tires down when assessing the sandy tracks.

Is Warroora Station Dog Friendly?

Dogs are only permitted in designated areas. Where dogs are allowed, they must be kept on a leash.
There is no drinking water available within the reserve. Make sure you carry enough water for drinking and washing for the duration of your visit.

How to Get to Warroora Station

The Warroora Station camping spot is located on Coral Bay Road in Exmouth. Warroora Station is 1 hours drive north of Coral Bay (23km off North West Coastal Highway). The Warroora Station campgrounds are near the beach, located 1.5km away from the Ningaloo Reef.

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