Langmore Station was purchased by Thomas and George Creed on August 10, 1868 and iconic Queenslander homestead still proudly standing was built of light local timber in 1873. The Aborigines nicknamed the area the “valley of the giants” as the original settlers were massive man all over 6 feet tall and George was 6’7″. Today the property is in the hands of the fifth generation and has grown to 10,500 ha. runs red Brahman cattle and has a thriving tourist business with overnight accommodation for up to 74 guests.
A weekend each May is devoted to a spectacular Fly-in and Heritage Show at the Old Station.