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Emu Creek Station

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Emu Creek Station is a family operated cattle station with guest accommodation. We have a beautiful fresh water pool close to the homestead where you may swim, canoe or admire the bird-life. We have an historic shearing shed where up to 20,000 sheep were shorn since settlement in 1891. Emu Creek Station was formerly Nyang Station but changed its name when cattle production began.
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Free Parking
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Non-Smoking Rooms
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Loved every minute of our 2 night stay. Perfect spot to break up the Karijini to Coral Bay drive. New showers and toilet building were clean, unique and while the hot water was solar so intermittent the ability to shower under the stars (privately) was a cool experience.
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Perfect place for peace and tranquillity. Had a one nighter here and loved it. Fire pits ready to go next to the creek. The ablution block is one of the best you will see. Staff are very friendly, as are the local ducks.. Would stay here again.
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These campsites beside the river / billabong are straight from Banjo Paterson. In the middle of the dry Pilbara tundra country, the beautiful grassed sites overlooking the water, which offers swimming and kayaking are an absolute joy! There isn't much to do, but wow, it's
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Loved it! Our campsite was away from everybody else's and the creek was great for kayaks and swimming. Perfect for kids too. Being able to get bush honey from the house is an added bonus. Thank you, we had a great spot at Easter. Will be back for sure 😊
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My wife and I spent a night here on the way to Ningaloo. I was fascinated by the combination of old and new technology in use. Solar power pumped water from a borehole into a header tank and an old fashioned wood burning "donkey" heated water for the shower. Great outback
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Response from Joyce P, Guest Relations Manager at Emu Creek Station
Responded Jun 12, 2016
We are so glad that people stay with us and get a feel for our lifestyle. City and town folk often don't know what it takes to put a steak on their plates! We often say "Get off the bitumen and get the feel for the place - we don't bite!"
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Yes, just arrive - no booking for caravans required at that time. Not likely to be crowded. Cost is $25 per night. Hope by then we have water in the river pool near the camp site! Very little rain since last year.
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Hi - I am sorry that we did not see your question earlier. We may have a vacancy in June - do you need one king room or are you a family? You can go to our website and this site will not let me put it in this response - I think it is in this information. Thanks and regards, Joyce
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"Just camp by the river"
"3 guest rooms in Homestead, basic but comfortable & clean."
AustraliaWestern AustraliaYannarie
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