While recently holidaying in a motorhome we camped at 2 station properties and would highly recommend this to other travellers
The first was Giralia station on the road from the NW Coastal Hwy to the Exmouth road. We had driven from Karajini NP and did not want to push on to Exmouth that day. There was nothing else available so we decided to give it a go. For $20 we joined about 6 other caravanners parked in a red sandy paddock behind the homestead. There were a number of shade trees which were also used by the 2 horses sharing the paddock. There were flushing toilets, showers and a washing machine (which we were really in need of at this stage of our holiday) The water is bore water, hence the toilets and sinks are stained( not dirty) , and the toilet block is a tin shed. The views from the camp are over low saltbush to the sun setting on the horizon. Campers gather around campfires to chat about their travels.If you are used to camping, you will appreciate this balance between bush camping and the provision of some (basic) amenities. We will stop here again.
Wooramel on the NW coastal Hwy 140km S of Carnarvon was a great place to stop on the run from Coral Bay to Monkey Mia. They have just set it up as a campground and have done a great job. For $12 each you can choose a site from a huge number located under big white gum trees along the bank of a wide sandy river. They have put crushed white dirt down over the typical red dirt (what a blessing!) The trees are home to galahs and a variety of other birds. 2 unisex shower/toilets built in half water tanks use water from an underground bore. The
hosts have also installed 2 outdoor spas, again with ready warmed bore water. For more information check their website. Again we would return and highly recommend this station stay.
Based on these 2 stays, we would rather support these land owners, than pay 3 times the price that is being asked in most caravan parks!