FOR OUTBACK HISTORY, HOSPITALITY & NATURE
PHONE (08) 99 635827
The Kirkalocka Creek at Sunrise.
The best thing about Kirkalocka is its accessibility from all directions on the map of W.A.
We are exactly 500 km (about six hours driving) from Perth and 60 km south of the gold mining town of Mount Magnet. We are on the Great Northern Highway, situated just 500 metres east of our turn off - so close in fact, that you can see the shearing shed and station buildings from the "main" road.
We have been meeting people from all over the world and all parts of Australia for almost twenty years. We enjoy hearing their stories and telling our own about this special place in the outback.
Loading Wool in the Early Days.
Learn a bit of our history, enjoy our hospitality - be it a cup of tea, a drink on sundown, a BBQ or a meal delivered. See our wildlife - emus, kangaroos, native birds & more.
Homestead Dining Room.
Stay in the homestead or shearers' quarters, or bring your own caravan, camper-trailer or tent.
Plan to visit very soon, for one night or several.
You will be warmly welcomed!
Kirkalocka recently featured on Our Town as part of the Outback Pathways episode. To watch the segment, click the link below:
OUR TOWN - Kirkalocka Station Episode.
Ann & Geoff Pilkington
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Website : www.kirkalocka.com
Telephone : (08) 99 635 827
PO Box 218, MOUNT MAGNET WA 6638
Panorama Banner above & on following pages courtesy of Phil Curran Photography.