Quobba Station

Quobba is a family operated, working pastoral station that borders 80km of Western Australia's spectacular coastline. The 187 000 acre station was established in 1898 and is bounded by Gnaraloo Station to the North, Lake McLeod and Boolathana Station to the East/South and the Indian Ocean to the West. 

The Meecham’s have been on Quobba Station for over 40 years, with Tim, Sara and family here for over 22 years. The Station runs approximately 10,000 damaras (South African meat sheep) after originally running merino (wooly) sheep. 

Quobba Station is the gateway to the Ningaloo Reef, its a real authentic coastal station stay experience. You will find a range of accommodation options, including camping with powered and unpowered sites available. 

Powered sites are provided with approximately 10 hours of power throughout the day. No electrical cooking appliances are allowed, as we produce our own power and do not have the electrical capacity to run cooking appliances.

Campers have access to:

  • Freshwater 
  • Camp Kitchen (fridge, sink, table and chairs Gas BBQ.)
  • Laundry
  • Common ablution block (toilets/solar hot bore water showers) 
  • Daily rubbish collection (please bag your rubbish before putting it in bins)
  • Fire pits (firewood sold in store, wood collection on Quobba NOT permitted) 
  • Tennis court

Quobba Station doesn't take bookings for camping sites, there will always be a spot for you!

Click Here for more information

Book Now

This is a remote destination, and you will be required to travel on unsealed roads.  Weather events may impact road conditions.
Please check the road safety reports and ensure your vehicle is adequately equipped prior to commencing your journey.

We have provided the following links for your convenience.