Miliyanha Campground - Millstream Chichester NP

National Park - Western Australia


Modern campground in bush setting with pit toilets, camp kitchen with gas bbq and hot water.  Adjacent to Millstream Homestead. Close to Millstream Creek and pools that attract wildlife.

Millstream Chichester National Park is an oasis in the desert, nestled within the chocolate brown rocks of the Chichester Range, dotted with spinifex and snappy gums. Permanent pools are fed by springs that draw water from the underground aquifer within porous dolomite rock. 

Within the Homestead Visitor Centre and along interpretive walk trails you can find out more about the Yinjibarndi people’s resourcefulness and the pastoralists’ lifestyle, as well as the ecology and diversity of Millstream’s wetlands, woodlands and arid rocky plains and ranges.

Millstream Homestead

Millstream Homestead is within Millstream-Chichester National Park. This Homestead Visitor Centre is open daily. It is not staffed but rangers and campground hosts frequently visit and maintain this facility.  In the case of an emergency only, Rangers can be contacted at the office, via the campground hosts (April-October) or in their private residences.


Park entrance fees and camping fees are charged. Self-registration stations are at the Park entry points and in the camping areas. Fees may also be collected by Park staff and campground hosts.


There is no online booking system at Millstream for camping. Camping areas at Millstream are Miliyanha and Stargazers Campgrounds. Solid fuel fires are not permitted in the park under any circumstances. Both campgrounds have BBQ facilities but use of personal gas cooking appliances is also welcome.Campground Hosts are stationed in both campground for the majority of the tourist season, between mid-April and early October. They can provide a wealth of information about the park and what you can do here, as well as collect your camping fees.Miliyanha is a generator friendly campground and suitable for all vehicles. Stargazers is strictly a non-generator site and very large vehicles should proceed to Miliyanha.There is no camping available in the Python Pool precinct.

Note: as of November 2013 Crossing Pool campground was closed permanently due to ongoing safety issues from falling tree branches, as well as regular flood damage and general degradation of the site. Additional camping areas are in the process of being investigated by DPaW.Fresh water is available at the Homestead and Miliyanha campground. The water is untreated. Boiling or chemical treatment is recommended. Remember to carry plenty of water with you at all times.Nearest fuel, supplies and accommodation can be found at Karratha (140km), Pannawonica (90km), Munjina Roadhouse (230km) and Tom Price (210km).

Driving in the Park

Roads in the Park are suitable for two-wheel drive vehicles only in dry weather and may be impassable after heavy rain and/or cyclonic events. Wet roads are extremely slippery. For your safety do not drive following rainA permit to travel on rail access roads is required from Rio Tinto. This can be done online or at the Karratha Visitor Centre.Current road conditions can be obtained by calling the park office directly (08 9814 5144) or looking online at the Shire of Ashburton’s most recent road report.

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