Pardoo Station is a 200,000-hectare working cattle property covering a diverse range of landscapes from rich tidal flats to rolling spinifex plains.
Accommodation facilities are based at the property’s historic homestead and cater for domestic and international experience seekers, caravaners, campers, families, backpackers and corporate clients.
Station facilities include large campground and caravan park, accommodation in en-suite rooms and cabins, swimming pool, shared amenities blocks, laundry, barbeque area, camp kitchen, fire pit, wash down bay and two dump stations.
The station store is open daily and stocks food staples, as well as fishing gear, bait, ice, alcohol, cigarettes, cold drinks, ice creams and merchandise to ensure you have everything you need to make your stay enjoyable.
Our onsite restaurant and cafe is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week, with seating for 50 people inside and 20 outside.
All dietary requirements are catered for, including gluten free and vegetarian.
The station also has a barbeque area and camp kitchen.
Given our northern location, temperatures are generally warm year-round, however cooler evenings are experienced during our busy period between June and September.
Average minimum and maximum temperatures range between 12 and 32 degrees Celsius between June and September and 17 and 37 degrees Celsius between October and May.
Guests are encouraged to bring their own sun protection and insect repellent. Stocks are also available at the station store.
There is good Telstra mobile phone coverage at the caravan park and most of the fishing areas.
Fuel is not available at the station and can be obtained at the nearest roadhouse located just 40 kilometres away.
Vehicle access to Pardoo Station is via gravel Pardoo Road (13 kilometers), accessible via the Great Northern Highway.