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The Don Rhodes Mining Museum, in Port Hedland
Location

Don Rhodes Mining Museum

Attraction Port Hedland

Contact:
(+61) 08 9173 1711
Address:
Wilson Street, Between Coolinda & McGregor Streets, Port Hedland WA 6721
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See the fully restored locomotives from the BHP Iron Ore railway at the Don Rhodes Mining Museum in Port Hedland. Be in awe of the ingenuity of the road, rail & transport technology which facilitated the significant industrial growth in the East Pilbara, during the last century.

Fortescue Falls in Dales Gorge, in Karijini National Park
Location

Fortescue Falls

Attraction Tom Price

Contact:
(+61) 08 9188 1112
Address:
Karijini National Park, Tom Price WA 6751
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Take a refreshing dip under Fortescue Falls, Karijini National Park's only permanent waterfall. The ancient gorges, tunnels & waterways of Karijini are famous for their bush walking trails, lush vegetation & sheer-sided chasms up to 100 metres deep. A true piece of Australian paradise.

Harding Dam, located south of Roebourne
Location

Harding River Dam

Attraction Roebourne

Contact:
+61 08 9182 1060
Address:
Harding River, via, Roebourne, 6718
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Harding River Dam provides a perfect location for a relaxing day out. Enjoy a refreshing swim in the calm clear water and laze about on the grassed shore. Explore parts of the dam on foot to see the native flora and fauna that inhabit the area and take advantage of the stunning scenic views.

Couple fishing off Collier Rocks, near the Burrup Peninsula
Location

Burrup Peninsula

Attraction Karratha

Contact:
(+61) 08 9144 4600
Address:
via Burrup Road, Dampier WA 6713
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Burrup Peninsula is home to one of Australia's most incredible Aboriginal rock art sites. Part of the Dampier Archipelago on the North West Coast, the Burrup Peninsula contains the largest concentration of rock art in the world. It is believed there could be up to a million carvings.

Camel Trail, Millstream-Chichester National Park
Location

Camel Trail, Millstream-Chichester National Park

Attraction Roebourne

Contact:
(+61) 08 9182 2000
Address:
Python Pool Carpark, Millstream-Chichester National Park, Roebourne WA 6718
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The Camel Trail starts at Python Pool & is an eight kilometres, three hour (one way) moderate walk which follows part of the old camel road. The trail winds up at the rugged sandstone escarpment of the Chichester Range, through rolling Spinifex covered hills & large termite mounds.

Cape Keraudren coastline east of Port Hedland
Location

Cape Keraudren Nature Reserve

Attraction Port Hedland

Contact:
(+61) 08 9173 1711
Address:
Great Northern Highway, Port Hedland WA 6721
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Cape Keraudren Nature Reserve is situated on a picturesque beach with white sands that stretch as far as the eye can see. The clear blue water is a welcome to the start of the famous Eighty Mile Beach. This well travelled stretch of beach is highly placed on the tourist trail & not to be missed.

Road from Mount Nameless, near Tom Price
Location

Mount Nameless

Attraction Tom Price

Contact:
(+61) 08 9188 1112
Address:
Nameless Valley Road, Tom Price WA 6751
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Mount Nameless in Tom Price is the highest accessible mountain by four wheel drive in Western Australia. It offers all of the rewards of a spectacular mountain view without the hike! The outlook over Tom Price is a must do whilst in the area.

The Dalgety House Museum, located in Port Hedland
Location

Dalgety House Museum

Attraction Port Hedland

Contact:
(+61) 08 9173 1711
Address:
Corner of Wedge & Anderson Streets, Port Hedland WA 6721
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Dalgety House Museum provides an opportunity to gain an insight into the impact that white settlement had on the Kariyarra Aboriginal people of the Pilbara. Explore the extensive collection of artefacts & documentation presented in the enlightening displays, complete with photographs, throughout the house.

Roebourne Courthouse
Location

Roebourne Court House

Attraction Roebourne

Contact:
(+61) 08 9182 1060
Address:
Hampton Street, Roebourne WA 6718
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The Roebourne Court House is a fascinating historical building which is over 100 years old. You can visit when court is not in session & see how the old building has been restored to original condition. It was constructed of local bluestone (ironstone) in 1887 & was restored in 1977.

Little corellas, overlooking the Oakover River at Carawine Gorge
Location

Carawine Gorge

Attraction Newman

Contact:
(+61) 08 9175 2888
Address:
via Nullagine, Newman WA 6753
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Carawine Gorge is a little known recreation spot, popular with the Marble Bar locals, as well as visitors who don't mind getting off the beaten track. Enjoy swimming or fishing in the crystal clear water or just sit back & admire the abundant bird life. Camping welcome.

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