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Murchison House Station

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It is pretty scary when you still need to drive about 400-500m off road with red sandy trail only to reach Murchison, especially at night. Honestly it is my first time to stay in Caravan Park which is quite raw. I should say it is less facilities and more on nature or natural
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There is a river here, perhaps that's the attraction but this place is grubby and run down. A small, cramped camping area where you simply squeeze in on top of others, with two womens' toilets for the whole site and showers that should be demolished; not cleaned for years, old
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We camped on the river at the homestead which had toilets and showers available. It’s a pretty spot, very relaxing just sitting back watching the birds fly by. Not much water there this month but still very pretty none the less. We had a fire pit and plenty of shade. Almost
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We booked a camping site and were required to pay the full amount prior to our stay because it was school holidays. Unfortunately due to ongoing mechanical problems with our car we were unable to keep this booking. During the period whilst our car was being repaired we were in
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Very rundown and disappointing bathrooms. We were planning on staying for 3 nights but stayed for only one. Beautiful outdoor views and our kids loved the goats, but the bathrooms are made of thrown-together old trailers and are quite exposed to the wind plus do not even have
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Murchison River - View from the campsite
"If you're pulling a caravan or camper, walk through the camp site first. Some of the site is sandy and there's a loop at the end which proved rather tight for some!"
"Furthest away from the generator"
"Camping facilities are basic. Best for self sufficient campers."
AustraliaWestern AustraliaKalbarri National ParkKalbarri
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