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Gabyon Station

· Yalgoo, Western Australia
674000 acres hosted by Gemma C.
10 lodging sites · 100 Vehicle/Tent sites
Just a two hour drive from Geraldton, Gabyon offers you the unique chance to visit or stay on a real, working West Australian sheep station. Step out of the bustle of city life and immerse yourself in the expansive and beautiful landscape of the outback and become part of the real, authentically Australian country life.  Soak in the peace and tranquility as you gaze over hectares of wildflowers and an abundance of wildlife, or get your hands dirty and help out in the every-day life of the station - there is always plenty of work to be done! The outback life is something every Australian and International traveler should experience at least once - and where better than here with all of us at Gabyon? The team at Gabyon invite you to enjoy a station stay,  whether you are just passing through overnight or would like to stay for a week, there is plenty to see and do. Pick a spot and camp or stay in our rustic and cosy accommodation, we love visitors so we have made staying here affordable for everyone, no matter your style of holiday!  Try a variety of fun activities like horse riding, quad biking and shooting; you can even book to come and have a delicious meal with us, your friendly hosts, to ensure you have the full experience of station life in the real Australian Outback. We can't wait to have you here!
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27 Ratings · 13 reviews
Chloe C.recommends
October 2, 2023
Site 2 - Homestead Rooms ( Bull Pen )
Alot of fun!! Hosts were really friendly, and the rooms were really nice.
Rebecca P.recommends
September 25, 2023
Site 2 - Homestead Rooms ( Bull Pen )
great outback station, great food, lots for the kids to do.
Jason G.
August 26, 2023
Dry Dry Dry
We were very excited to visit Gabyon station, it is an obviously beautiful setting although this year the weather has been less than kind as it is dry as a chip. The hosts were away so other activities noted were not available like bike riding or tours, wild flowers were a bust so we left one day early. Will make sure next trip i do much more research on how the season is and check if the advertised activities are actually available.
Todd H.recommends
October 14, 2022
Gabyon Station Camping
Good suggestions on where to camp and directions with map of property. Found a great spot at Bullock Pool.
Linda G.recommends
October 3, 2022
Gabyon Station Camping
The hospitality is fantastic and the care given to evey person is so warm andwelcoming. The station is so beautiful in it's outback ruggedness. The stories told at happy hour are riveting
Andrew S.recommends
September 26, 2022
Gabyon Station Camping
Great Station Stay
We had a great couple of nights here, it’s more like free camping but with all the amenities. Showers were clean and hot and flushing dunnies. The host Helen was so accommodating, there’s so much to see and do on the station and Helen gave us a map and directions for a full day out. Camp fires at night and they host a happy hour get together at the homestead with beer and wine for sale or BYO, great opportunity to meet and chat with like minded campers. We will definitely be back.
Yalgoo, Western Australia, AustraliaTraditional, ancestral territory of Badimaya First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Gemma C.Joined in July 2016
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