Wooramel is a roadhouse on the north west coast highway. 20km south of Wooramel is the turn off to Gladstone. Once a port facility, Gladstone has now been set up as a
The campsite is similar to Bush Bay campsite but fees at Gladstone are a bit high.
This is in the centre of wildflower country and those lucky enough to see it as it was in 1998 when the wildflowers were at their most prolific will never forget the spectacle.
Nearby Wooramel Station offers excellent camping opportunities for travellers.
The station runs sheep and is 120km south of Carnarvon and covers 1,430 square kilometres.
Life at the station is dependant on an artesian water source and bores reach depths of up to 1,222 feet.
The station dates from the 1880s
The area is subject to long periods of drought followed by extensive flooding caused by cyclones. Floods can often be followed by plagues of locusts.
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