Immerse yourself in the Australian outback like no other
Exploring the vast redness of the Pilbara or casting a line into the calmness of the Exmouth Gulf.
Experience the real Australian outback by walking or cycling our bush trails. You might find the release Kangaroos along your walks.
Kangaroo Walk 5km
Bird Walk 3.4 km
Emu walk 3.4 km
By going via the Giralia Homestead, there is a well graded 40km dirt road to the Bay. Such access to our coastline is for guests camping at the homestead or the bay. The road provides 4DW easy access. Take your hand at catching spotted cod, brim, mangrove jack, prink snapper, flathead, golden travelly, giant travelly and more. Or grab a hook and go down on low tide and go mud crabbing.
Bring your kayak, horse or motorbike...
Kayak down at the bay, horse ride in the bush or bring your mountain bike and go for a cycle!
Picnic at the sand dune while the sun sets
Take a drink and wander up sun set strip or big dune trail towards the sand hill. Stay for the sunset from a view unlike anything else...
The Giralia Ranges consist of the latest Cretaceous (68-66 million years old) Miria Marl in the Southern Carnarvon Basin which is a source of world-class fossil material. It has yielded the world’s richest ammonite (an extinct group of cephalopods) assemblage of this age.
Wander Giralia's History
Go explore our museum at the homestead, see how the jackaroo's lived in the original nissan hut and wander the old blacksmith workshop. The history of Giralia dates back to the late 1800's.
Home to the darkest nights you can experience the southern sky like nowhere, taking in the astonishing milky way whilst sitting outside your van, camping in your swag or simply from the campfire.
Bird Watching in the Outback
Within the mangrove forest at Giralia Bay is the southern limit for Mangrove Golden Whistler and Mangrove Robin. Additionally Giralia Bay, although not on the Peninsula is very important for its seaward zone of thick-trunked tall trees changing to low forest then stunted thickets. Collared King sher has been recorded here and it includes a 2020 Shorebird Survey Site.