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Carcory Homestead Ruins
Bedourie, Far West

Free Entry - Entry Information

07 4656 3300
1300 794 257
tourism@diamantina.qld.gov.au
www.diamantina.qld.gov.au

Description

Listed by the National Trust, the Carcory Homestead Ruins are an example of the rich history of the Diamantina. The building was built in the 1870s from local limestone. It was abandoned by Sir Sydney Kidman after battling extreme drought in the early 1900s. Today it is part of Roseberth Station and serves as a reminder of early settlement in the area.

Property Details

Facilities

  • Car park
    Car park

Activities

  • Walking
    Walking

Other Information

Children:
Children are welcome.

How To Get There:
From Bedourie, travel 105 kilometres south on the Eyre Development Road. From Birdsville, travel 83 kilometres north on the Eyre Development Road.


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Carcory Homestead Ruins - Print Brochure
Map of Carcory Homestead Ruins
Eyre Development Road
Bedourie
Queensland 4829 Australia

Contact Details

07 4656 3300
1300 794 257

 

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