At 747 metres, Tom Price is the highest town in Western Australia!
Named after Thomas Moore Price, the vice-president of the giant United States steel company Kaiser Steel, Price was one of the main supporters of the Pilbara region in the early 1960s.
The most prominent feature of Tom Price is the peak known as Mt Nameless (1,128 metres) or Jurndamurneh to the local Aboriginal people, meaning ‘wallabies live near here’. Its summit is accessed along a four-wheel drive track, and it is also possible to hike to the summit for amazing views of the local landscapes.
Discover the natural wonders of nearby Karijini National Park. Take a tour of the Pilbara Iron Ore Mine. Or pack a picnic and head out to Kings Lake - a popular recreational area located in a natural bush setting with barbeques and gazebos.
Visit King’s Lake for a barbeque or picnic or check out the massive Rio Tinto Iron Ore Mine on an organised tour.
The town offers a caravan park and hotel/motel as accommodation options.
The Tom Price Visitor Centre is located on Central Road, next to the Tom Price Library, right in the centre of town, and has a comprehensive range of information about Tom Price and the majestic…
The world’s largest private rail network crosses the Pilbara, with over 1400km of tracks connecting mines at Tom Price and Pannawonica with the ports at Dampier and Port Lambert. Running alongside the…
Tom Price & Karijini Accommodation
Within Karijini National Park, camping options are available at the national park campsite and at Karijini Eco Retreat, or you could stay at the Eco Retreat's en suite or dorm style Eco Tents or cabins. You could also consider staying at Tom Price and making day trips to the national park.
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