For outback history, genuine outback hospitality and an outback landscape full of amazing plants & animals – all within 500 metres of the Great Northern Highway. We are accessible from all directions and five and a half hours’ drive from Perth and full Telstra mobile phone coverage is available.
We provide a range of accommodation options for travellers and visitors. The Shearers’ Quarters are central to our tourist precinct and camping area.
Accommodation is provided here in double, twin or single rooms. Caravans usually park close to the verandahs to access 240v power. As there is plenty of space, there is no need to unhook your van. All the usual amenities are here – ablution blocks, a BBQ/communal meeting area, together with a fully equipped kitchen and dining, complete with the original Metters wood stove.
The gracious old Homestead is lovingly maintained and furnished. Again, a fully equipped kitchen and barbeque facilities are available.
There is plenty to do – explore the station surrounds, visit the ‘Mud Hut Museum’, and walk to ‘The Creek’, our watering hole which has been attracting travellers and supporting birdlife for decades. Meet the station pets, watch the sun set and enjoy the sky at night. This is a true outback experience!
You will be warmly welcomed. Hosts Jared & Blair Ridley will ensure a memorable stay.
Phone: (08) 9963 5827
Address: The Great Northern Highway, 60 Kms south of Mount Magnet