Abbabis is a disused railway station southwest of Karibib in the Erongo Region of western Namibia on the 600 mm (1 ft 11 5⁄8 in) dismanteled narrow gauge Swakopmund–Windhoek railway line established in 1900.
Near to the station was a German convalescent home (Genesungsheim), in which the soldiers of the imperial protection force (Schutztruppen) could recover. A ruin of its office building is still visible on a paddock. The soldiers camped in tents and baracks.
The etymology of the station is not clear: Either it is from the Khoikhoi language for 'red spot', or from Nama language abas for 'gourd', as in the case of a farm approximately 300 km (200 miles) further south.
The rails have long been lifted. The station building has been extended at its front an rear. It is now used as a well maintained family home. The water supply is still from the old well.