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Miliyanha Camp at Millstream Chichester National Park

Millstream National Park, Millstream WA 6716
Located in the Millstream-Chichester National Park, Miliyanha Camp is close to Millstream Creek and the Millstream Homestead. An oasis in the desert, dotted with spinifex and gum trees, the pools in the area are fed from the underground acquifer via springs. A number of interpretive walk trails can be found in the Park, and campers can enjoy canoeing, kayaking, swimming, bushwalking and fishing. With over 120 species of bird, 30 species of mammal, 150 species of reptile and 500 species of plants, it's also a nature lover's dream camping spot. The campground itself sits within a bush setting and has basic facilities including pit toilets and a camp kitchen with gas barbecue and hot water. Bookings cannot be made. Campfires are not permitted. Park entry fees apply. For more information, please visit the Department of Parks and Wildlife's Parkstay website. ...

Millstream

Millstream, Millstream WA 6716
Millstream Chichester National Park has been likened to the Garden of Eden in the middle of a desert landscape. Follow the lush tree-lined banks of the Fortescue River as it meanders through a magical landscape of rocky peaks, tranquil gorges, hidden rock pools and refreshing springs. This tropical oasis in the plains of the north Pilbara is two hours by road heading southeast of Karratha. Many visitors make Millstream a must-stop after exploring the ancient canyons of Karijini, and you can even turn your road trip into something of a spiritual journey by following the path of the mystical Warlu (sea serpent) along the Warlu Way. Taking in the natural and cultural highlights of Western Australia's Gascoyne, Pilbara and Kimberley regions, this 2,480 kilometre interpretive trail reveals the mysteries of the Warlu and other Aboriginal legends. The homeland and tribal meeting place of the Yinjibarndi people for thousands of years, and the site of an early pastoral station for over a century, today, Millstream invites you to immerse yourself in its breathtaking natural beauty and tranquillity. Make the Millstream Homestead Visitors Centre your first stop for an introduction to the Yinjibarndi people, early settler history and the unique natural environment before embarking on your own Millstream adventure. Take a cooling dip at pretty Python Pool and Chinderwarriner Pool. Hit one of the park's five walking trails to explore the rolling spinifex hills, striking escarpments, winding watercourses and wildlife rich wetlands or climb the peak of Mount Herbert. Admire the plethora of Pilbara wildflowers that bloom after winter rains. Or, just sit and enjoy the striking reflections of the gorges in the rock pools and listen to the echoes of a variety of bird song. The palms and paperbark trees that line Crossing Pool and Deep Pool provide shady picnic and picturesque camping areas. Pitch your tent and bring along your canoe and fishing gear for one of the best bush camping experiences in the State. Or base yourself by the coast at Karratha and choose from a variety of accommodation options. ...

Fortescue River

Millstream Chichester National Park, Millstream WA 6716
The Fortescue River feeds a lush Garden of Eden in the heart of the north Pilbara desert, creating one of the most picturesque walking, fishing, canoeing, bird watching, wildflower and bush camping spots in the State. This tropical oasis lies in Millstream Chichester National Park, a two-hour drive south-east of Karratha. For those seeking adventure and cultural insights on the Warlu Way, it's a must-see after exploring the ancient canyons of Karijini National Park. There are more than 500 plant species surrounding the Fortescue, many of them creating a dazzling wildflower display in mid-winter (between June and August) and a haven for some 120 species of birds, 30 species of mammals and 150 species of reptiles. Deep Reach Pool is also home to the mystical Warlu serpent, making it one of the most sacred places for the local Yindjibarndi people and neighbouring Indigenous communities. Rest and enjoy the tranquillity here, or head to nearby Crossings Pool for picnics, fishing, canoeing, hiking and camping under the stars....

Crossing Pool Camp at Millstream Chichester National Park

Millstream Chichester National Park, Millstream WA 6716
*** Please note that Crossing Pool Camp at Millstream Chichester National Park is temporarily closed. *** Located in the Millstream-Chichester National Park, Crossing Pool Camp sits right beside the Fortescue River, where you can enjoy swimming, fishing, canoeing and kayaking. Bushwalking trails are also nearby at the Millstream Homestead Visitor Centre with options for all ages and fitness levels. For keen walkers, there are also a number of other walk trials in the Chichester Ranges. The small campground itself caters for smaller camper trailers and tents. Caravans and motorhomes are not permitted. Campers are advised to bring enough drinking water for the duration of their stay. Bookings cannot be made. Park entry fees apply. For more information, please visit the Department of Parks and Wildlife's ParkStay website. ...
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Stargazers Camp at Millstream Chichester National Park

Millstream Chichester National Park, Millstream WA 6716
Located in the Millstream-Chichester National Park, Stargazers Camp is close to Deep Reach Pool on the Fortescue River (2.5 kilometres away), where campers can enjoy swimming, canoeing and kayaking. Bushwalking trails are also close by (approximately 3 kilometres away), near the Millstream Homestead Visitor Centre with options for all ages and fitness levels. For keen walkers, there are also a number of other walk trials further from the camp in the Chichester Ranges. The campground itself has 15 camp sites that can accommodate caravans, camper trailers, campervans and tents. Gas barbeques are provided. Campfires are not permitted. Campers are advised to bring enough drinking water for the duration of their stay. Bookings cannot be made. Park entry fees apply. For more information, please visit the Department of Parks and Wildlife's ParkStay website. ...