We are sorry, no further bookings can be made for Meeline Station during our open months of July and August.

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We offer a few different accommodation and activity options for people visiting us at Meeline.

Meeline Homestead (5 BR)  $260pn sleeps 10

Rustic Writer’s Cottage (3BR) $160pn sleeps 6

Group overflow Shearers’ Quarters by arrangement 8 rooms

Bottom sheet, pillow and pillow case provided, BYO swag/sleeping bag.
Extra bedding $15 pp.

Continental breakfast $15pp cooked $18pp

Outback infused meals, prior notice from $15 – $30

Night Sky Tour $45 adult $25 child (over 6 years)

Generator 240v electricity. 24 hour power not provided. Special arrangements may be made for charging up electronic equipment.

Everything Murchison, Meeline is a perfect place  for your group to converge – near the goldmining central hub township of Mt Magnet, on the roadways which link  Australia. Traditional wire “cyclone beds” can be used by guests indoors or be moved outdoors for a night under the stars.

In keeping with a non-smoking environment, smoking is not permitted either inside building structures nor vicinity. While we love animals, unfortunately we are unable to accommodate pets.

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Meeline Station Homestead

 Uniquely Australian outback character  –  and character building,  Meeline homestead exudes “back to basics” charm and welcome spaciousness and surrounds.

Writers’ Cottage

Meeline’s traditional Australian corrugated iron cottage, with shady trellaced verandahs  – offers a peaceful, creative respite in the outback. Situated between the Homestead and the historic shearing shed, Writers’ Cottage, sleeps 6 and offers comfortable fully self contained accommodation with your own private garden. The outdoor dining area is complete with a wood fired BBQ.

$160pn     Bottom sheet, pillow and case provided. BYO swag/sleeping bag. Extra bedding $15pp.

Meeline Writers’ Cottage began its life at Reedy’s Gold Mine, before being relocated to Attwood Street Mount Magnet. The Cottage was then dismantled and re-assembled by Pip Day on Meeline Station. This is where Pip and Lorna Day, a co-author of “Drawn to Mt Magnet”  lived for about ten years. Later, The Cottage became the much loved home of Adrian and Karen Morrissey and their family. It was in this cottage Karen Morrissey wrote and illustrated the Australian outback Christmas story for children, “The Night Emus Fly over an eight year period. It was also here, in what had been an earlier residence of co-author Lorna Day, she researched, wrote and edited “Drawn to Mt Magnet” the published history of Mount Magnet. [Available for purchase from the Shire of Mount Magnet and Visitor Centre]


The Station Quarters

Available as an overflow for larger groups when beds are filled to capacity at the Homestead and Cottage, simply basic outback – the corrugated iron quarters have eight twin share rooms leading off a large central passageway. Maintaining the unique character of  ‘the bush’,  the beds are traditional cyclone wire – for your authentic outback experience.  Mattresses are foam rubber to assist your comfort.

A separate ablution block is available.

Bush Camping Under The Stars

Bush camping is possible for special interest groups (example, walking and cycling groups)  and individuals in some circumstances. Prices will be quoted on request. Generally there is no bush camping permitted.

A 50% deposit is required to confirm booking.  Balance of payment to be made on or prior to arrival. (Payment option may be flexible for some institutions.) The deposit is non refundable if your booking is cancelled 14 days or less prior to arrival. If the booking is made inside 14 days, the deposit is non refundable. All meals are to be booked and paid for at least five days prior to arrival. An Admin fee of $25 is charged for cancellations. We reserve the right to cancel a Booking at any stage. In this unlikely event, all payments will be fully refunded including for road closures due to rain.  Where possible we would then recommend alternative local accommodation options.

When a Guest makes a Booking with Meeline, they are confirming that they have made themselves fully aware of all the risks of being in this outback space, including the remote location and consequent distance from medical assistance if required in an emergency. It is the Guests responsibility to prepare for any possibility – and while as far as possible, assistance may be provided but cannot be guaranteed by those on Meeline, it is not the responsibility of , nor are the owners of Meeline liable in any way for any adverse outcome to a Guest.

We strongly recommend that guests take out travel/cancellation insurance, including to cover medical evacuation, should this be required.