Tamala Station, Nanga, Shark Bay, Western Australia
Tamala station is located in Western Australia and is part of the Shark Bay World Heritage Area. Tamala and the Shark Bay areas are renowned for their camping, fishing and tourist activities year round, its a popular destination for the grey nomads to relax and enjoy the unspoilt beauty.
Tamala is an active pastoral station with a lot of history back to the late 1800′s. The limestone homestead was constructed in 1896.
This site gives you access to the following information:
About : Brief introduction of Tamala and Contact Information
Location : An interactive map showing the location of Tamala Station, in relation to Western Australia and Shark Bay.
Camping : Fees and general information regarding camping areas and what to do and what to bring.
Flora and Fauna : Tamala has an abundance of wildlife and floral species.
Fishing : General fishing information.
Four Wheel Drive Country: There are plenty of areas for you to enjoy your four wheel driving.
Videos : A collection of videos from different people about Tamala and Shark Bay.
Photo Gallery : Images of Tamala Station and surrounds.
Birds : Links to Bird related information that co-incide with various bird species in Shark Bay and Tamala.
Tamala and Shark Bay related links:
How to Contact us at Tamala Station:
Managers- Brian and Joke Veitch-Vaneechoutte
PMB 20 via Geraldton Western Australia 6530
Ph: 08 9948 3994 Fax: 08 9948 3994
Phone Contact hours – 9am – 6pm Monday to Saturday