My latest feature article for Caravan World magazine on Western Australia’s outback station stays.
Stopping All Stations
Western Australia’s station stays are something special: rustic, raw and nothing short of outback realness. A vast number of working sheep and cattle stations — some over 100 years old — are situated in far-flung coastal and inland locations across the state, opening their farm gates to those who yearn for a change of pace and scenery. And what a change awaits.
Behind those gates are some of the most unique, genuine travel experiences to be had. There’s no holiday fluff here. These stations offer a glimpse into rural living in lands that can sometimes be unforgiving — dry climatic temperatures, sheer remoteness, and the need to accessorise with a fly net.
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