Warroora Station's western boundary fence is 50 kms of pristine World Heritage Ningaloo Reef Coastline.
- The World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef is Western Australia's largest and most
spectacular coral reef. It spans over 260kms of coastline and is home to over 250
species of coral and 540 species of fish.
Lying just a kilometre or two offshore it is Australia's most easily
accessible coral reef.
Marine life is in abundance with whalesharks, migratory whales, manta rays, dolphins, turtles and sharks and countless other fish and marine animals.
- 266,000 acres of untouched rangelands, home to dozens of native
animals, prolific birdlife and beautiful flora, particularly after rains
when hundreds of acres are carpeted with wildflowers.
- See our activities page for things to do to fill your lazy days on Warroora.