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Bullara Station Has Two New Dreamy Bell-Style Tents & Safari Huts

Outback stay in style.

Bullara Station Has Two New Dreamy Bell-Style Tents & Safari Huts

Outback stay in style.
Bullara Station Safari Hut

We may have found the perfect spot to unwind from the buzz of everyday life.

This authentic outback stay sits on a working cattle station deep in the heart of Ningaloo, offering a raw and wonderful experience in the red Australian landscape.

Bullara Station Has Two New Dreamy Bell-Style Tents & Safari Huts

Bullara Station offers a range of accommodation, and they’ve just unveiled two new bell-style tents and safari huts that are straight off a Pinterest board.

The station has also now welcomed 60 new camping and caravan sites, as well as an ablution block with a hot water system, a shearing shed hub, upgraded power systems, and a commercial kitchen and café.

Bullara Station Has Two New Dreamy Bell-Style Tents & Safari Huts

The Safari Huts are air-conditioned with a connecting ensuite, and a Queen and Double Bed, while the Bell Tents centrally located in the Camp Grounds are fitted nicely with a Queen Bed for comfort.

It’s all surrounded by stunning scenery, native wildlife, and rustic charm and boasts the perfect location for coastal exploration between Coral Bay and Exmouth.

Bullara Station Has Two New Dreamy Bell-Style Tents & Safari Huts

Days here are spent snorkelling the colourful reef or swimming alongside manta rays and whale sharks, swinging in a hammock under the sun, navigating the many walking trails, and rolling into the evening campfire stories and stargazing.

Find out more or book your stay here.

Location: Burkett Road, Exmouth Gulf WA

This article first appeared on So Perth – Bullara Station Has Two New Dreamy Bell-Style Tents & Safari Huts


Images: @bullarastationstay

Take in more of WA with our Western Australia travel guide on SoPerth.com.au.

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