Stay on a Station

Not all accommodation was created equal and our region proves the point. From a homestead built over 100 years ago, to a campground surrounded by rocks dating back 27 million years, experience it for yourself and book at one of the farm stays in our region.



Forget camping and enjoy a first-class glamping experience amongst 100-year-old eucalypts. Learn how to crack a whip, head out on a bushwalk, throw in a line at the local fishing hole, or just relax with boardgames by the campfire.


Looking to combine your love of craft with your overnight accommodation? Book to stay in the old farmhouse and meet other patchwork enthusiasts as you create craft in a peaceful outback setting.


For a farm stay with creature comforts (toilets, laundry and kitchen facilities) book Ups N Downs Caravan Park and Farmstay, a 200-acre working farm 8km from Roma. Take a walk around the property to meet the four-legged residents before settling in for happy hour at 4:30pm by the fire pit.


This 17,000-acre organic cattle station is located in the foothills of Carnarvon Gorge National Park. Stay in one of four guest houses (or bring your own tent, caravan or camper trailer) and make the most of your outback experience with self-guided bush walks through spectacular scenery, bird watching, canoeing, fishing or a three- hour station tour.

For a rockstar location to pitch a tent, just five minutes from the main walking tracks of Carnarvon National Park, choose to stay at Sandstone Park. The unpowered sites accommodate caravans, motorhomes and camper trailers – and of course, traditional campers. Toilets, personal fire pits, a dump point and pet kennels (for when you want to bring your fur child) are provided.


The 32,000-acre working cattle station, 54km north of Mitchell, is located on the southern- most spur of the Carnarvon Ranges. Set up camp (with full amenities) and enjoy panoramic views of Rowan’s Knob, Mount Amour and Bluff Mountain.
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