Do I need to book for Tamala?
We do prefer to receive bookings, especially to try and have someone at the homestead when you arrive.
This is not always possible as we do have other jobs to do on the station. If we are not expecting anyone, you might find yourself in front of a locked gate for a few hours.
Our office is situated opposite the shearing shed (the large building you see when you arrive at the homestead) on the verandah of the manager’s cottage.
You can pull up in front of the cottage.
If you cannot see anyone, please ring the pipe bell at the beginning of the path loudly and the electronic bell left of the door.
Camping Fees and Costs Tamala Station
To get access to the beaches on either Prickly Point peninsula or Boorabuggatta, you need to come to the homestead which is on the left hand side, 3 km from the Useless Loop Road.
Check in/out is between 9am to 6pm. Sundays Closed for Arrivals.
Public Holidays : Contact the station via email or phone to organise arrival times.
If you plan leaving outside opening hours, please ask for the alternative way for return and refund of the key, when you book in.
Camping Fees as of 1 July 2016.
The cost per person per night is:
$17.00 (incl GST) ADULT
$12.10 (inc GST) PENSIONERS AND RETIREES
$9.60 (inc GST) CHILDREN 6-16
FREE CHILDREN UNDER 6
$12.00 (inc GST) DAY VISIT
There is a $50.00 deposit for the key, which you get back upon returning the key to the homestead.
EFTPOS & Credit Card Facilites are NOT available. Cash only.
You will need to bring your own drinking water as the water available on the station is not for human consumption, but can be used for washing etc.
All rubbish needs to be either brought back to the Homestead for disposal or taken back out with you.
We do recycle drink cans for fundraising for the Useless Loop P & C, so please keep them separate.
We now also recycle GLASS, so please keep it separate from the household rubbish and put it in the Trailer next to the Rubbish Ute at the Homestead.
We do allow fires from the 1st of May to the end of September.
Bring a receptacle, like the bowl of an old washing machine to contain your fire and stay with it at all time.
An open fire ban is in place in the Shire of Shark Bay from the 1st October to the 30th of April.
“No fires are permitted during that period. A breach of this rule will result in the immediate evection of all persons staying at the offending campsite. The maximum penalty under section 32 of the act of the Bush Fires Act for a person who lights a fire under circumstances likely to injure persons or damage property is 20 years imprisonment. The law takes these offences seriously and so do we.”
Collecting of wood is not permitted as it causes degradation of vegetation and removes animals’ habitats.
Please bring firewood with you or ask for a small supply (FREE) at the station.
Your dog can enjoy your holiday with you. Please do not let the dog chase wildlife or stock.
Please note that Firearms and any kind of motorbike (2wheel, 3 or 4wheel) are not permitted on the property.
Jet Skis are only permitted for campers at TEA TREE.
We also ask to consider other campers when using generators.
Please leave all gates as you find them.
The front gate to the homestead needs to be closed at all times, even if you are only just driving into the homestead to drop off the key.
If you are planning to visit Steep Point during your stay at Tamala, please call 99483993, as booking is essential, even for day visits.
If you need any more information about the station, please feel free to email on email@example.com or call us on 08/99483994 and we will be happy to help.
Phone Contact hours – 9am – 6pm Monday to Saturday