With clear night skies shining bright with a million stars, Larrawa Nature Stay was a welcoming and friendly camp site that we thoroughly enjoyed. Wendy and Kevin Bockhurst are wonderful hosts and as a real working cattle station, travellers can experience a taste of what living on a station is all about. Located half way between Fitzroy Crossing and Halls Creek in Western Australia, Larrawa Station is a very relaxing atmosphere, offering non-powered camp/caravan sites, hot showers, BBQ’s, flushing toilets and sensational sunsets. I’d highly recommend stopping in for a stay.
Welcoming smiles and hospitality are always on offer from Kevin and Wendy at Larrawa Station.
One of the best things about traveling is the people that you meet along the way. We were lucky enough to meet Deb and Bob and their adorable fur baby, Molly. Bob has been blogging their travel adventures and is passionate about writing (which he does very well!). Oh, and Molly even has her own blog too 🙂 We got some awesome tips from Bob and Deb for places to visit and explore on the last leg of our journey through The Kimberley.
There is nothing quite like a sunset in the outback!