Meeka Outback Festival

With golden sunsets, big starry skies, cowboys and miners, Indigenous culture, red dirt and cold beer, Meekatharra is a premium destination for a genuine Western Australian outback experience. Situated on the Great Northern Highway, near the ‘middle’ of Western Australia, Meekatharra is the largest centre in the Murchison and is easily accessible with excellent sealed [...]

Murchison Astrofest

The best star show in Western Australia is coming to the Murchison this September for the Murchison Astrofest. Amateur and professional star gazers from across the state will converge on Murchison Settlement for the third Murchison Astronomy Festival. The festival will bring together scientists, Aboriginal elders and star gazing enthusiasts to listen to talks, learn [...]

Wooleen Station

Wooleen Station is a working cattle station in the outback of Western Australia dedicated to landscape regeneration and conservation. Your hosts, the Pollock family, will make your stay comfortable, educational and enjoyable in the National Trust listed homestead or the self-contained rammed earth guest houses. Wooleen offers eco tours with David out into the rangelands [...]

Summit Trail, Mount Augustus

The very challenging 12 kilometre return Summit Trail takes walkers to the top of Mount Augustus, 852 kilometres north of Perth. This Top Trail is twice as high as Uluru (Ayres Rock), allowing the experienced walker to be rewarded with extensive views over the surrounding plain to the distant ranges. Located in the Mount Augustus [...]

Gunbarrel Highway

Allow at least four days to travel the 1,400 kilometre Gunbarrel Highway, which is considered one of Australia”s most challenging roads. The ‘highway’ extends from Wiluna in Western Australia, east to Yulara in the Northern Territory. This journey should only be undertaken by experienced adventurers who genuinely enjoy the trials and tribulations of traversing extremely [...]

Peace Gorge

Peace Gorge is a stunning spot to relax and take in the beauty of the surroundings whilst enjoying a picnic lunch. Explore the fascinating rock formation of the gorge and take a walk around the reserve to examine the wildflowers, native shrubs and vegetation. For the more ambitious, climb to the top of the rocks [...]

Mount Augustus

Massive Mount Augustus in the central Western Australian outback abounds with Aboriginal history, rock art and wildlife. Known as Burringurrah by the local Wadjari Aboriginal people, Mount Augustus rises an incredible 860 metres above the surrounding plain and is twice to size of Uluru, making it the biggest rock in the world. Aboriginal culture permeates [...]

Kennedy Range National Park

The beautiful gorges and red rock landscape of Kennedy Range National Park are about a two hour drive east of Carnarvon. Perfect for a four wheel drive adventure, Kennedy Range National Park is the place to go camping under a star-filled night sky. Here, you”re surrounded by pristine wilderness. Go bushwalking and explore gorges and [...]

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