Wooleen Station is a working cattle station in the outback of Western Australia dedicated to landscape regeneration and conservation. Your hosts, the Pollock family, will make your stay comfortable, educational and enjoyable in the National Trust listed homestead or the self-contained rammed earth guesthouses.
The homestead includes thoughtfully appointed bedrooms, newly renovated bathrooms, home-style cooking, a cellar of Western Australian wines, billiard room and an oasis of a garden.
The rammed earth guesthouses have two bedrooms, full kitchen facilities and barbecue area for self-catering.
Wooleen offers eco tours with David out into the rangelands and the tours include: flora and fauna, early pioneering history, aboriginal culture, sustainable land management use, ecology and the peace and quiet of the ancient landscape. Enjoy a sunset tour to the oldest lands in the world, self-drive trails, walking trails, mountain bike trails or even bush-walking to experience this wonderful station.
The property includes national trust listed wool shed, blacksmith shop and homestead as well as the ‘Bower Bird Museum’.
Wooleen is a place to relax, unwind and enjoy your holiday.
They look forward to your visit.
ActivitiesBirdwatching Camping Cycling Hiking Mountain Biking Walks
Disabled AssistanceCaters for challenges with learning and communication Caters for limited mobility Caters for people with allergies and intolerances. Wheelchair access
MembershipRegional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
AccreditationAustralian Tourism Accreditation Sustainable Tourism Accreditation
Camping: AUD30 remote, nature-based location.
Guesthouses: AUD199 twin share, AUD20 extra person.
Homestead: Single AUD249, Double/Twin AUD429, King AUD439
Children under 12: AUD160.
Price is per person.
Check In: 2:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am