Explore the ancient gorges and spectacular landscapes of Karijini National Park.
A true outback odyssey on one of Australia’s most unique 4WD tracks.
22 kilometres of pristine white sand edged by the stunning turquoise water of the Indian Ocean.
Explore the North West's regions and destinations below!
The Pilbara region in Western Australia has some of the world’s most ancient natural landscapes, dating back two billion years and stretching over 500,000 square kilometres.
Discover the vast wildlife sanctuaries, spectacular gorges and thundering waterfalls hidden in the region’s heart, and explore the coast, home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches.
Often referred to as the pearl of North West Australia, Broome is Western Australia’s coastal gateway to the magnificent wilderness region of the Kimberley.
Enjoying good weather all year round, Onslow in Western Australia is a pretty coastal town offering a relaxed holiday.
Located just 20 kilometres west of Karratha, the pretty port town is also the largest tonnage shipping port in Australia.
With a bustling city centre, Karratha's recent reinvention will surprise you with its hip restaurants and modern facilities.
Some of Western Australia’s best beaches, coral gardens, fishing spots and restored heritage buildings can be found on the Point Samson Peninsula and its surrounding islands.
Two hundred kilometres north of Karratha, Port Hedland is famous for its massive resource industry, long trains, big ships and salt piles.
Explore ancient rocky tunnels and plunging gorges, paddle through crystal-clear waterways and swim under stunning waterfalls in Karijini National Park.
The highest town in Western Australia, Tom Price is a great base from which to explore Karijini National Park, do an iron ore tour and climb to the top of Mt Nameless/Jurndamurneh.
Known as the hottest town in Australia, the winter months in Marble Bar boast mild daytime temperatures and cool nights, perfect for sightseeing
Sitting on the edge of the Western Desert, Newman is dominated by Mount Newman (1053 metres) and is home to the largest single open-cut iron ore mine in the world.
Roebourne's lovingly restored heritage buildings offer incredible insight on the early days of settlement in the North West.
Set on the banks of the mighty Fitzroy River, Fitzroy Crossing is a true outback town, and a great base for exploration of the nearby Devonian National Parks.
Halls Creek is the gateway to some of the Kimberleys spectacular outback drives and natural attractions such as Wolfe Creek Crater and the Bungle Bungle Range.
Wyndham has the character and spirit of a true Kimberley outback town. Visit the Five Rivers Lookout to see the mouth of the King, Pentecost, Durack, Forest and Ord Rivers in the Cambridge Gulf.
Derby is the western gateway to adventure in the Kimberley and is also a great place to experience the incredible tidal movements of the King Sound.
Kununurra is surrounded by vast, stunning landscapes, remarkable waterways and lush farmland and is the perfect backdrop for outback adventure.
Turning off the bitumen and going ‘over the range’ on the Gibb River Road is a truly unique Aussie 4WD outback adventure.
One of the world’s most fascinating geological landmarks, the orange and black sandstone domes, known as the Bungle Bungles, rise 300 metres above the grass-covered plain of Purnululu National Park in
Home to the spectacular multi-tiered Mitchell Falls, the Mitchell Plateau also offers spectacular views of wild escarpments and tropical rainforests as well as some world-class fishing.
The Kimberley Coast is a largely untouched wilderness of striking contrasts, with 12,000 kilometres of pindan cliffs, pristine white sands and clear turquoise waters teeming with marine life,
Enjoy a walk through this 3km long gorge, part of the 375 million year old Devonian reef system, and a place of deep cultural significance for local Aboriginal people.
Lake Argyle is one of the biggest man made lakes in the southern hemisphere and home to more than 70 islands.
The Ord River and its tributaries form one of the most significant waterways in Australia, producing the second largest flow volume in Western Australia.
Where the red dirt meets the ocean, the colourful pearling capital of Broome beckons travellers from around Australia and the world.
Take the 200km trip north of Broome to the Dampier Peninsula and Cape Leveque, where a striking contrast of pindan cliffs, white sand beaches and clear turquoise waters creates the perfect backdrop to