Pilbara Attractions

Burrup Peninsula

Burrup Peninsula

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World Heritage Listed, the Burrup Peninsula is home to over 700 historic indigenous archaeological sites and 10,000 rock engravings, dating back some 30,000 years. An extraordinary preservation of som...
Karijini National Park is renowned for rugged red beauty, sheer gorges, breathtaking waterfalls and cool swimming holes. An exciting adventure escape, Karijini National Park is best accessed by four w...
Situated in Burrup, Hearson's Cove is a beautiful sheltered beach location, renowned for being swimming, picnic and barbecue territory for both locals and visitors. The ideal day trip location to coo...
Designed to accommodate 14 prisoners and housing up to 40, Roebourne Old Gaol played a fascinating role in Western Australia's history. Built in 1896, Roebourne Old Gaol stands as a reminder of the ha...
The largest opencut iron ore mine in the world. Bookings at Tourist Centre.
Streaked with blue veins of asbestos. Fig Tree Well in the gorge was once used by Afghan camel drivers and has been restored.
Tours of the open cut Mt Tom Price mine are conducted most week days during the tourist season.
A 52km walk/drive trail which traces the development of Roebourne, Cossack, Point Samson. and Wickham
The site of the old asbestos mine. Camping is not allowed.
4km off the main road are tranquil pools and ever changing rock formations. A short distance away the gorge gives access to the "grotto", a deep sheer narrow chasm lined with ferns.
A large collection of agriculture and mining equipment and a range of animals are open to viewing by the public. The station was also a base for the RAAF long range bombing to the islands north of Aus...
The West Pilbara Coast and Karratha region, in Western Australia’s (WA) north, is an exciting coastal and outback adventure playground featuring some of the country’s most awesome natural and man-made...
Roebourne, the oldest town on the north-west coast of Western Australia, is located 1,468 kilometres north of Perth.
Still producing gold and some jade from its plant just south of Marble Bar.
The highest accessible mountain in the State, overlooks the town and is 1,128 metres above sea-level. Access to the summit can be reached by motor vehicle or on foot.