The information provided on the Tamala Station Camping Website is intended to provide general information to the public. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information set out on this Website is accurate. However, visitors to this website are advised that Tamala Station does not guarantee the website’s completeness or accuracy.


1.1 By booking with us you accept our full Terms and Conditions, published on our website or on request.
1.2 These Terms supersede any and all previous Terms and Conditions that may and/or did previously govern the relationship and any contracts or agreements
1.3 These Terms represent the entire Agreement between Tamala Station and the Client and cannot be varied, waived or amended without express written consent by Tamala Station.
1.4 A booking is taken to be secured upon payment of deposit.
1.5 Prices are subject to change without notice.
1.6 No refunds are offered unless such is approved at the sole discretion of Tamala Station.
1.7 Guests who cancel their camping booking will be offered a credit in the amount of their original booking, to be used within 6 months from the date of the original booking, subject to availability.
1. 8. Any credit must be used within 6 months from the date the original booking was made.
1.9 Credits will only be allowed where such was requested in writing prior to the commencement of their stay.
1.10 A camping booking does not reserve a particular area or site. Camping remains a strictly ‘first in, best dressed’ scenario.
1.15 Prices may be subject to change and/or annual increases without notice to the Guest and any such increases since the date of booking may be payable by the Guest as determined by authorised Tamala station representatives at their sole discretion.
1.17 In the event the Guest breaches any one of the Terms and Conditions contained herein, guests may be asked to leave forthwith and no refunds or credits will be given.
1.18 Tamala Station reserves the right to ask any Guest to leave for any reason determined at Tamala Station’s sole discretion and no refunds or credits will be given.


2.1 Tamala Station reserves the right to refuse anyone entry at their absolute discretion
2.2 Tamala Station reserves the right to ask anybody to leave at any point during their stay at Tamala Station’s absolute discretion and no refund or credit will apply if due to the fault of the Guest, with such to be determined at the sole discretion of Tamala Station
2.3 All guests must take all rubbish with them when they leave
2.4 Anybody found to be dumping or leaving rubbish will be asked to leave immediately and will be subject to a $50.00 rubbish removal and cleanup fee.
2.5 All waste from portable ablutions must be dumped in the soil waste holding tank provided on site. 2.6 The burying of ablutions effluent is strictly prohibited on Tamala Station and anybody found to be dumping effluent will be asked to leave immediately and will be blacklisted.
2.7 Campers must only use established fire pits or bring their own fire drum.
2.8 Firewood must not be collected on the property from fallen timber. Trees must not be cut down.
2.9 Motorbikes and four wheel bikes are strictly prohibited on Tamala Station.
2.10 No shooting or weapons are allowed on Tamala station under any circumstances.
2.11 Chainsaws are not permitted


3.1 Tamala Station guests agree on booking to abide by our Rules and Regulations, inclusive of our tips for suggested safe camping.
3.2 Guests acknowledge the inherent risk of bush camping, including but not limited to falling limbs from trees, insects, snakes and spiders and will take necessary and reasonable precautions against same. They acknowledge that this can result in permanent or temporary injury and death.
3.3 Dog owners take full responsibility for their dogs and will take all necessary and reasonable precautions to prevent harm to livestock, other animals or persons.
3.4 Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times
3.4 By booking, Guests acknowledge and declare that their pets are disease free, healthy and current with all standard vaccinations.
3.5 Four wheel drivers agree and declare on booking that they have satisfactory safety gear, a current driver’s license and comprehensive insurance policies.
3.6 Four wheel drivers agree that they will not drive off track.
3.7 Four wheel driving whilst under the influence of an intoxicating substance is strictly prohibited on Tamala Station.
3.8 Four wheel driving at night or in wet conditions is strictly prohibited on Tamala Station.
3.9 Any recoveries required will be at the Guests own costs and Tamala Station makes no guarantees and nor representations about the safety or otherwise of the four wheel drive tracks.
3.10 Tamala Station reserves the right to close any or all of the four wheel drive tracks should conditions be deemed unsafe and no refunds or credits shall apply in this instance.


Indemnities a) The Guest agrees to indemnify and hold harmless Tamala Station against any loss or damage caused to them or their property or another person or their property during the period of their booking, howsoever incurred.
b) Tamala Station will not be liable for any loss or damages suffered by the guest due to any issues resulting from:
i. Matters beyond the power and control of Tamala Station;
ii. Inclement weather and any consequential damage from same, including but not limited to property damage or personal injury;
iii. falling limbs from trees; vi. injury from animal or insect;
iv. injury from any Activity;
v. contributed to or caused by the Guest; and/or ix. force majeure.
c) The obligations under this clause will survive termination of this Agreement.

Tamala station will remain closed for camping until further notice.

Tamala’s request for a new camping licence has been declined.

We have been advised that we need another Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) that specifically includes the camping area before any application will be considered. Acquiring an ILUA involves extensive consultation and a protracted legal process. This means we will have to remain closed to the public for the duration of the process that may well take two years to resolve.

We are committed to engaging with the relevant government department to meet the necessary requirements and regain a camping licence if possible.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Jon Warren

Manager, Tamala station

July 2023