Come and enjoy the adventure of discovering this beautiful part of the West Australian outback, at your leisure in the comfort of your own 4WD
SELF GUIDED 4WD ADVENTURE-
For those equipped to go off road, 4WD access to the station is now available. Pack a picnic and spend the day exploring some of the tracks on this spectacular and rugged 350 000 acre property. With its varied landscapes, the station offers an incredible display of wildflowers in season as well as wildlife including numerous species of birds, kangaroos, emus and rangeland goats. Find a shady picnic spot on the river or venture out to the coast for access to isolated beaches. You may even stumble across an old outcamp. We hope you enjoy the adventure of discovering this beautiful property.
If you are in the mood for extensive exploring, travelling with another vehicle is safest.
If you are considering this option on MHS please click this link for more detailed information.
Hi guys and gals,
I came and stayed at the station a few weeks ago and absolutely loved it! I just wanted to say thanks. I own a 4wd accessory store down in Midland, and I know the owner of 4WD Action magazine. I have just forwarded him a link to your website and highly recommended it for a shoot and an article in the magazine when you reopen. I hope you get some good publicity if it happens. Thanks again, see you next time.
Andrew Murphy Director Murphy's Tyrepower &
Murphy’s 4x4 Accessories and Mechanical
COST $50.00 per vehicle
plus $20 map deposit, refunded on return.
WHAT TO BRING
supplies for the day
including plenty of water
basic recovery gear
MOBILE TELEPHONE RECEPTION ON THE STATION IS LIMITED.
SELF GUIDED WILDFLOWER TRAIL 4WD only (seasonal) –
Self guided wild flower trail 4WD only (seasonal) – $25.00 per person.
Allow 1.5-3hrs (tour includes self guided homestead walk)
Murchison House Station offers an incredible display of wildflowers in a picturesque setting. This easy 4WD trail requires minimal 4WD experience and offers visitors a chance to experience wildflowers in a natural bush setting.
Relax and follow the marked trail which takes you over the river crossing at the homestead and out on to the stations “home paddocks”.
More than wildflowers are on display with an abundance of birdlife and wildlife to be seen. Bring a picnic and take advantage of the beautiful locations on offer.
The best months to appreciate wild flowers are between July and October, but seasons vary so don't hesitate to ask us.