When the weather is really warm, nothing beats a swim in our fresh-water pool which is up to two kilometres long most of the year. Enjoy a walk along the banks of the Yannarrie River observing the huge diversity of bird life with over 70 bird species having been recorded.
In 1912 a huge 12-stand oregon and corrugated iron woolshed was constructed where up to 20,000 sheep were shorn in the station's hey-day. The Nyang wool shed is part of the historic Wool Wagon Way which leads through the Murchison and Pilbara regions to the old port of Onslow.
An exciting station-stay experience located in the heart of the Western Australian Pilbara region
Emu Creek Station has something for everyone who loves wide open spaces with very few people but lots of interesting wildlife and big skies. If it's wildflowers, geology, birds, the iconic kangaroos and emus, insects or lizards which revs your motor, you'll love Emu Creek Station.