FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where is Ningaloo Reef?
Ningaloo reef runs south of Coral Bay to the nor-west cape of Exmouth. You can enjoy all types of water activities such as diving, fishing and boating. Some parts are only accessible by 4wd.
How close is Bullara Station Stay to Coral Bay?
Half hour drive and you can be in the sea snorkeling.
Is Bullara Station Stay 2 wheel drive accessible?
Yes, just 1 km off the main road.
Do you have electricity?
Yes we now offered some powered sites in our campground. Our power is 24 hour so all accommodation/amenities have power available.
Can I have a fire?
Yes, we have fire pits or you can join us at the communal fireplace every evening for Happy Hour.
Do you supply firewood?
We supply firewood for the communal fire pit and the shower boilers. You can collect wood at Bullara but we ask you not to take any off the station.
Do you have a laundry?
Yes, there is a laundry you can use.
Can I use a generator?
We have a generator area in the campsites, generators can be used from 9am – 8pm.
Do I need a four wheel drive to reach Bullara Station Stay?
No, our driveway is 1 km of graded dirt road off the main highway.
Are you close to Cape Range National Park?
The south entrance to the national Park is 56kms to the north of us on the Exmouth/Miniyla Road.
Do you have internet coverage?
Yes we do have a Telstra mobile phone coverage at the homestead.
Can my dog stay at Bullara Station?
Yes, you pet is welcome but in the interests of our livestock has to be on a leash at all times.
Is there fishing close by?
Yes you can fish on the property with a 4wd track to the bottom of the gulf. Also Learmonth jetty is 50 kms north and Ningaloo reef station is 32kms across to the west. Charter fishing/beach fishing is on offer in the towns of Coral bay and Exmouth.