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Quobba Station is located on the southern tip of the Ningaloo Reef Marine Park, north of Carnarvon, Western Australia. It is a working pastoral station with 80km of coastline bordering the Indian Ocean. The Quobba experience includes land based game fishing, isolated beaches, world renowned surfing, snorkeling, whales and other abundant marine and wildlife on the arid outback landscape. Your choice of accommodation ranges from camping or palm frond humpies, fishing shacks, cottages through to luxury eco safari tents on top of the Red Bluff cliffs.

Come, Enjoy, Relax and soak up the experience.

Fishing

Fishing

Quobba Station has a reputation as one of Australia’s longest stretches of coastline for land based game fishing.Try ballooning, spinning, bottom bouncing, salt water fly and spear fishing along the 80kms of harsh, jagged and unpredictable coastline that is Quobba’s western boundary. …
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Surfing

Surfing

Where the desert meets the coast. The Bluff is world renowned surfing with waves ranging from 1ft to 8ft with a monster left hand reef break.
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Beaches

Beaches

Isolated, pristine, white sandy beaches to choose from on this expanse of Western Australia’s most beautiful.

Whales

Whales

Winter is the optimum time to see whales on their annual pilgrimage north in search of warmer currents to birth their young. You are bound to witness these amazing creatures in all their glory dominating the deep blue. The whales come within metres of the coastline and can be seen rising majestically from the sea frolicking and playing in a display of remarkable strength and size as they tail flap, breach and torso slap, sometimes lifting their entire body from the water.
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Marine & Wildlife

Wildflowers

Wildflowers

With an unusually high summer rainfall the wildflowers this season will be naturally breathtaking. There are many types of native wildflowers