Quaalup Homestead Wilderness Retreat is 40 acres of native bush surrounded by the Fitzgerald River National Park, a UNESCO recognised Biosphere Reserve with extremely diverse flora and fauna, rugged mountain ranges, beaches, gorges and inlets. You can enjoy nature walks with stunning views, the Nature Information Centre and the heritage listed Homestead from 1858, which adds a special atmosphere.
Quaalup is the perfect getaway to a range of attractions including, West Mount Barren, Gairdner River, Point Ann (only 30 kilometres away), where whales come to calve in large numbers (July to November), and wildflowers, like Quaalup Bell or Hakea Victoria.
The retreat offers charming self-contained two person units, secluded chalets, three bedroom cabin, on-site vans and camping accommodation.
Enjoy their bush walks with many species of wildflowers, wake up to the bird calls, dream under star studded skies and explore the park’s attractions within comfortable distances. Boat access to the scenic Gairdner River with its red cliffs and abundance of seabirds is close by and kayaks/canoes can be hired.
The Retreat is situated 180 kilometres east of Albany, 510 kilometres from Perth and 16 kilometres by four wheel drive or 47 kilometres by two wheel drive from Bremer Bay.
ActivitiesBirdwatching Camping Canoeing/Kayaking Four Wheel Driving Walk
Check In: 12:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am