Find bed and breakfast accommodation in Western Australia's Golden outback, where you can enjoy some warm Australian outback hospitality and good old-fashioned home cooking.
Wooleen Station is a working sheep cattle station in the outback of Western Australia. Your hosts the Pollock family will make your stay comfortable, educational and enjoyable in the National Trust listed homestead or the self-contained rammed earth guest houses.
The Mine Manager’s House was commissioned in 1898 by Herbert Hoover, the manager of the Sons of Gwalia gold mine at the time. Hoover would later became the 31st President of the United States
Merredin Bed & Breakfast is located in a 1930s former bank residence that has been decorated to the period. Centrally located opposite the Cummins Theatre & a perfect mid-way stop en-route to Kalgoorlie.
Tranquil Retreat Esperance is a luxury home set amidst 16 acres of bushland and only a short walk to the Esperance town centre.Enjoy 360 degrees panoramic views of the spectacular Recherché Archipelago
Gabyon Station Stay is a working sheep station located in striking red earth country of the Murchison. Adjacent to the ‘Miners’ Pathways’ self drive trail.
A warm welcome awaits you at The Railway Motel and Deco Guesthouse Norseman at the beginning or end of your journey into Western Australia. For your accommodation needs while in Norseman
Welcome to Kirkalocka Station! For outback history, genuine outback hospitality and a landscape full of amazing plants & animals - all within 500 metres of the Great Northern Highway. Stay in the Shearers' Quarters or Homestead, bring your tent or caravan. You will be warmly welcomed!
Situated within easy driving to stunning Ningaloo Reef, Bullara Station offers a fantastic range of accommodation choices from self-contained cottages, renovated shearers lodge
Step back into yesteryear at Hampton View Homestead Farmstay/Southern Cross B&B in either a Workers Cottage decorated in 1920s style or Farmhouse in 1950s style.