Creed Grazing Co.
'Langmorn Station' and 'The Old Station' have been in the Creed Family since 1869. The property is a working cattle station, also catering for tourism in true Australian country style. Tour Groups are welcomed in style, whether your visit is just for a few hours or an overnight stay, you will be treated to true country hospitality.
Groups and Coach Tours
Langmorn Station offers guided tours of our heritage listed Homestead with home-baked morning & afternoon teas for group bookings.
'Langmorn Station' was originally purchased by great-grandfather Thomas Creed in 1869, after recently arriving in Australia with his wife Edith, and two young sons. Grandfather George was born soon after they arrived.
The heritage listed homestead is a large restored 'Queenslander' built in 1873 from local timber. The original shingle roof, now covered with iron, is still visible along the verandah.
A True Working Cattle Station
Leonie Creed and family today operate a typical Australian beef cattle station stocked with red Brahmans. Brahmans were first introduced into the herd in 1964 because of their suitability to the climatic conditions.
The 26,000 acre (nearly 11,000 ha) coastal cattle property is situated between Rockhampton and Gladstone, just 15km from the Bruce Highway.
The family diversified into tourism in 1998 and since then the business has continued to expand. In 2007 the family built a multi-purpose complex adjacent to the 2000m airstrip at 'The Old Station'.
True country hospitality is offered by the family in a very unique and picturesque setting.