Murchison House Station
Come and visit a working station with over 150 years of history! Its the real outback experience!
We are pleased to offer tours of the historic Murchison House Station. One of the oldest and largest properties in W.A. it is a family owned and operated business. The station has over 60km of rugged Indian Ocean coastline, over 30km of Murchison River floodplains and adjoins the Kalbarri National Park.
The homestead is situated on the tranquil banks of the Murchison river, surrounded by hundreds of large river gum trees. The plentiful supply of water, with permanent soaks and springs creates an abundance of wildlife. Large flocks of birds abound, kangaroos and emus are plentiful and feral goats are everywhere.
In season, Murchison House Station provides its very own spectacular display of wildflowers, so special it was featured on "The Great Outdoors" in October 2005. The station is currently focused on producing a breeding herd of Brahman cattle and is actively trapping and mustering the feral goats for the overseas export market. A range of camping and accommodation is also available.
Our self-guided walking tours are on again for this year. $10 per person including morning tea & souvenir booklet
Murchison House Station is located 10km north of Kalbarri on the Kalbarri-Ajana road.
No refund will be given if cancellation within 24 hrs prior to departure.
Although all care is taken no responsibility will be accepted for loss or damage to personal property or for personal injury.
Management reserves the right to alter or cancel tours without notice.
Full refund if tour is cancelled by operator.
Hours: 9am to 5pm, 7 days a week through the Kalbarri Visitors Centre.