Broome, Kimberley and Pilbara Festivals in 2024

From Aboriginal culture to Asian influences and early settler traditions, the Broome, Kimberley and Pilbara regions are a melting pot of cultures. The North West is a haven for 'culture vultures' with a mixture of bright and colourful festivals, celebrating the rich diversity of the regions amidst…

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The Best Art Awards are in the Kimberley and Pilbara

When it comes to incredible art, size doesn't matter with some of Australia's smallest regional towns across the North West home to some of the country's most revered art awards. The colourful contrasts of the region's natural environment and raw beauty, layered with strong cultural connection makes…

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5 things to do in Roebourne

40 kilometres east of Karratha you’ll find the town of Roebourne, the first town established in the North West. The restored stone heritage buildings that dot the town date back to its establishment in 1866. Its location near Karratha makes Roebourne an easy destination to add to your trip to the…

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5 things to do in Port Hedland

Located 200km north of Karratha and connecting the Pilbara and the Kimberley is the coastal town of Port Hedland. Full of rich cultural history and famous for long trains, big ships and salt piles linked to its massive resource industry, there is no end of things to do in this Pilbara gem. Here are…

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5 things to do in Marble Bar and Nullagine

WHAT TO DO IN MARBLE BAR There may not be any marble in Marble Bar (it’s actually jasper), but what Australia’s hottest town lacks in marble it makes up for in things to do! Don’t discount this part of the Pilbara on your next trip up north! 1. The Marble Bar You can’t go to Marble Bar without…

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5 things to do in Cossack

5 THINGS TO CHECK OUT IN COSSACK Australia’s liveliest ghost town is a must-visit during your stay in the Pilbara. Cossack was abandoned by 1950, but it now houses an annual art award exhibition, café, museum, heritage trail and a host of natural attractions. 1. Get the lay of the land Head to…

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Explore Red Dog's Pilbara

The industrial powerhouse of Australia, the Pilbara is an ancient landscape studded with mountain ranges and deep gorges, where the outback and desert meet the coast. In this landscape of red earth and blue skies Red Dog, the canine larrikin with a wandering heart, became a legend. Stories about…

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Quirky Pilbara Events that you'll love!

From art awards in ghost towns to outback undie dashes and New Year's Eve demolition derbies, the Pilbara is a quirky place of fabulous characters and festive events, with a warm welcome to anyone who wants to take part. Here are just a few that we think you'll love so if your travel coincides with…

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7 great fishing spots in the Pilbara

The Pilbara Coast offers something for everyone when it comes to fishing, from land-based fishing off the rocks for Mangrove Jack in the north to Red Emperor off the Mackerel Islands in the south. Read on for seven of the best spots for you to fish!st! 1. Cape Keraudren Coastal Reserve This is a…

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