Quaranup, also known a Camp Quaranup and Albany Quarantine Station, was once a quarantine station in Albany, Western Australia; it now operates as a camp for tourists.

Built in 1875, after a group of dignitaries had to spend 2 weeks in makeshift tents on Mistaken Island, decided to set up a permanent location to isolate the sick.

During World War II the facility operated as a submarine base. American servicemen were also billeted there for rest and recuperation in 1942.

The station was decommissioned in 1956