This Millstream-Chichester National Park Bus Tour can be split by up to 15 people @ $57 each
Book the entire package for yourself or book singles and meet new friends.
We will pickup and drop you off wherever you are staying, this bus tour starts off in Karratha.[Not a valid template]
The area is homeland of the Yinjibarndi people.
Millstream Creek was named by the explorer Francis Thomas Gregory in 1861. He reported the favorable grazing prospects. The first pastoral lease was taken up on 1865.
By 1907 the property was owned by Loton and Padbury and occupied an area of 1,000 square miles (2,590 km2). It was stocked with 20,500 sheep, 1,900 cattle and 150 horses and was passed in at auction at £26,000.
The present Millstream Homestead was built in 1920. The homestead was a tavern between 1975 and 1986.
In 1970, the Chichester Range National Park was set aside and officially named. In 1975, the Conservation through Reserves Committee made recommendations for reserves in the Pilbara region, and subsequently, the Millstream region was integrated into the park in 1982.
The Yindjibarndi people work as Rangers and contractors in the Park. The Millstream Homestead Visitor Center is in the old Homestead, which feature rooms dedicated to the Yinjibarndi people, the early settlers and the natural environment. Other displays provide information about the park’s attractions and management challenges.
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Vacation Style Holiday TypeBus, Historic
Activity Level 3 Moderate
Group Size Medium Group
old home stead
- 8 Hr Tour
- BBQ Lunch
- Tour guide
- Water + Drinks
Any type of food wear will do for this tour.
Sorry no alcohol is permitted on Tour.
Sorry no pets are permitted.