Mt. Morris is a historically significant cattle station located near Charleville, Queensland, Australia. During the 19th century, a remarkably small population developed this vast, harsh continent into one of the most productive nations in the world. And Mt. Morris Station is a unique part of that history. Hand written diaries dating back to 1902, tell the story of rain, drought, floods, animal care and struggle with the elements on a station that was part of a growing nation. From a predominately sheep station with a few cattle Mt Morris continued to develop to withstand the test of time and her natural environment.
Seeing Mt. Morris for the first time is like opening the first page of a spellbinding book. You won’t be able to put it down once you start!
For holiday information please see below link, and don’t be timid in emailing, things are always changing at “Mt Morris”, and there may be other things on offer 🙂
also the continually updated Go See Australia link below with wonderful photo gallery 🙂