MAP and road directions

Quaalup Homestead Wilderness Retreat is situated right in the Fitzgerald River National Park, on the South Coast of Western Australia, between Albany(189km) and Esperance(340km) close to Bremer Bay. The distance to Perth CBD is 520km

The best access to Quaalup Homestead (from Perth, Albany, Stirling Ranges, Esperance) is via Devils Creek Road, a sealed road except the last 9 kilometers, which are 2WD suitable gravel. Traveling from Bremer Bay take the route via Swamp Road.

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Road directions to Quaalup Homestead:

Please try to arrive in daylight for your own safety and the safety of the native animals in the National Park

From Albany it is 189km.

 Take the South Coast HWY, pass Boxwood Hill ( last fuel stop), stay on  the HWY, after  approx. 33km  look out for Devils Creek Road, turn right into it.  Follow our signs and turn right after approx. 30km into Collets Rd and finally into Gairdner Rd.

From Perth CBD to Quaalup it is 520km  using the following route:

Stay on the Albany HWY until Arthur River, here turn left to Wagin. From Wagin follow the Great Southern HWY, passing Katanning and Broomehill. After Broomehill turn left towards Gnowangerup, from there follow the road to Ongerup and Jerramungup. From Jerramungup travel on the South Coast HWY towards Albany, after 31km turn left into Devils Creek Road, follow our signs and turn right after approx. 30km into Collets Rd and finally into Gairdner Rd

From Bremer Bay it is 47km via Swamp Road ( bitumen and gravel),

Follow our Signs into Swamp Rd, Doubtful Island Rd, Murray Rd, Devils Creek Rd, into Collets Rd and finally into Gairdner Rd.

There is a 4WD track from Bremer Bay(Gordon Inlet Track), 17km, conditions vary, can be very rough!!!, seriously boggy when track is wet

Make sure you fuel up at Boxwood Hill (coming from Stirling or Albany), Jerramungup (coming from Perth or Esperance) or in Bremer Bay.

The GPS reading is:     WGS 84; 34° 15.602'S; 119° 24.603'E. Please don't use a GPS in this area it will not work, maps are much better.