A couple exploring Blyth Homestead
Historic artefacts in Blyth Homestead
A couple viewing an information book in Blyth Homestead

Blyth Homestead

The historic Blyth Homestead is found in Litchfield National Park.

The homestead site serves as a reminder of the tough conditions faced by pioneers in remote areas.

Built by the Sargent Family in 1929, who also built and operated a tin mine nearby, the homestead was abandoned in the early 1960s. It has recently been restored and an interpretive display presents the trials and tragedies of this remote site.

Please note that access to the homestead is by four-wheel drive only and is regularly inaccessible between November and April due to the tropical season.

  • Information

    Entry cost

    • Indicative Prices tickets from $10.00 to $60.00
      Park entry fees - Parks Pass applies. (NT residents exempt). Camping and extended walk fees apply to all visitors.
    • Child tickets from $5.00 to $30.00
      Park entry fees - Parks Pass applies. (NT residents exempt). Camping and extended walk fees apply to all visitors.

    Facilities

    • Carpark

    Activities

    • Four Wheel Driving

    Accessibility

    Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

    Accreditation

    • COVID Safe
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    Map

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