The Pilbara Region

The Pilbara region in Western Australia boasts untamed beauty with picturesque gorges and National Parks.   

Karajini National Park

WA’s second largest park

Set in the Hamersley Ranges, the park is WA’s second largest, encompassing some 627,441 hectares. Much of the southern half of the park is inaccessible and visitors typically concentrate on the gorges in the north.

Marble Bar and Nullagine

Plenty of waterholes

Located on the Nullagine River 189 km north of Newman, is the town of Nullagine.​ The town takes its name from the local Aboriginal name for the river that runs through its centre. Nullagine has plenty of waterholes for the adventurous to discover, including Beatons Creek Gorge, Garden and Daylight Pools.

Cape Keraudren National Park

High cultural significance

The reserve comprises an area of approximately 4,800 hectares and was vested in the Shire of East Pilbara in 1985. As the Cape Keraudren Coastal Reserve is a low-key recreational area, disturbance to the environment has been kept to a minimum. For this reason, NO DOGS are allowed on the Reserve. The closest water supply is at Pardoo Roadhouse situated on the Great Northern Highway near the entrance to the Cape.

Kalgan Pool

Kalgan Pool is situated deep in the eastern end of the Ophthalmia Range. Much of the journey to the gorge is in/along the Kalgan Creek water course which requires a 4WD to negotiate due to loose shale, river rock, and stretches of water. Access to this site is 4WD only with snorkel due to water crossings.

Radio Hill Lookout

Spectacular view of the area

A lookout to see all the neighbouring mines as well as a spectacular view of the area. Ideal at dawn and dusk.

Mount Nameless

4 kilometres from Tom Price

Mount Nameless, known as Jarndunmunha to local Aboriginal people, is located in Tom Price.

The peak of Mount Nameless/Jarndunmunha stands 1128 metres above sea level, and from the lookout there are sweeping views across the Hammersley Ranges, the town of Tom Price and the iron ore mining operations.

Redbank Bridge Lookout

10 kilometres from Port Hedland

Redbank Bridge Lookout is located in Port Hedland. Put Redbank Bridge Lookout on your schedule.

Millstream-Chichester National Park

Located in Karratha

Take a break from driving, camp up for the night and enjoy the natural beauty of this seen to be believed setting.

Murujuga National Park

35km from Karratha

Stop in at the picturesque Murujuga National Park, located in Dampier. Take a peaceful stroll along the boardwalk, and take in the marvelous scenery.

Red Earth Arts Precinct

Located in the City Centre of Karratha

Karratha’s own arts precinct is a facility that the local community are very proud of, it showcases fabulous, modern architecture that features a cinema, stage, and library. Make sure you put Red Earth Arts Precinct on your itinerary.