Miller Point is a black rocky canyon 250 meters high on the north side of the entrance to Casey Inlet on the east coast of West Antarctic Palmerland. It was discovered by the Australian polar explorer Hubert Wilkins during a flyover on December 20, 1928. Wilkins named it after George E. Miller (1864-1934), publisher and former editor-in-chief of the newspaper Detroit News. Further exploration undertaken by the US polar explorer Lincoln Ellsworth during a flyover in 1935 and 1940, the United States Antarctic Service by overflights and sled excursions.