Bullara Station Stay – a cute spot for a rest stop!

On Burkett Road, in central Western Australia, just before the turn off to Exmouth, to the north or Coral Bay to the south, is a working cattle station called Bullara. These industrious cattle station owners have diversified their business by turning part of their property to a charming, well run caravan park. They distinguish themselves by their eclectic metal art work that are scattered throughout the property. These include the famous Lava Trees (lavatories)!

There is a line that forms outside the cafe every morning by hungry people ready to scoff down Bullara’s famous scones with jam and cream! Bullara meat products can be purchased and there are well marked walking trails through parts of the property. Animals such as cattle, goats, sheep, emu and horses can be seen on the property. Bullara also runs paid nightly groups dinners and complimentary damper tasting, 3 nights a week.

This gem of a place is charming, well run and a worthwhile stop if you are in the region.

Bullara Station Stay – clear signage and trail markers for the walking trails
Bottle Tree – souvenirs from the many guests at Bullara Station Stay
Sheep wondering around at Bullara Station Stay
Lava Trees (Lavatories) at Bullara Station Stay – water is heated with wood and piped into the bucket which has holes in the bottom to make it a shower nozzle!
Eclectic metal art at Bullara Station Stay

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