Home of Red Bluff rated #8 in Brad Farmer’s list of Australia’s 101 Best Beaches for 2018
The stunning coastal cliffs of Red Bluff at Quobba Station provide a spectacular location for the ardent surfer where waves can reach up to 4 metres in height. There are also a number of calm secluded beaches and some exceptional game fishing on offer along the Quobba Coastline.
Located on Quobba Station, an authentic outback working station, Red Bluff offers panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and if you are lucky you may spot migrating Humpback whales or Bottlenose dolphins surfing the waves.
Take a walk up the cliff to see the beautiful wildflowers in season and observe wildlife in its natural environment. Believed to be 400 million years old, the rock formation provides for a spectacular and memorable sunset.
North of Carnarvon, Red Bluff is a 12 hour drive from Perth. Alternatively visitors can take a three hour flight to Carnarvon and a two hour drive north. Accommodation is available at Quobba Station.
ActivitiesFishing Scuba Diving Snorkelling Surfing Swimming
AccreditationECO Certified (Ecotourism) by Ecotourism Australia
No entrance cost for day visitors however camping and accommodation is available for overnight visitors.
Adults – AUD20 per person/night
Children – AUD8 per person/night