FOR OUTBACK HISTORY, HOSPITALITY & NATURE
PHONE (08) 99 635827
The creek system is within walking distance and supports a diverse range of birds to be photographed, identified, listened to, admired & appreciated by all our visitors. Early morning or on sundown are the best times - this is a special experience!
Red-tailed black cockatoos (Calyptorhynchus banksii).
The night sky over the gum trees at the creek is mesmerising. Take some time to watch & wonder!
Honeymooner's Kiss at Kirkalocka (Young dae Kim-South Korea).
THE MUD HUT MUSEUM
In the early days, people used natural materials which they had in abundance to build shelter for themselves - timber from local trees, stone & mud. This building, possibly one of the earliest "rammed earth" dwellings in the area, houses a collection of items from days gone by - as a tribute to the men, women and children who have lived and worked on Kirkalocka. The walls are made of mud bricks - churned in the creek by horses and left to dry in the sun. Entry is free and well worth a visit!
The Mud Hut Museum.
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Telephone : (08) 99 635 827KIRKALOCKA STATION PO Box 218, MOUNT MAGNET WA 6638