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One of the unique experiences in the Gascoyne and Murchison is a station stay holiday which gives visitors insight on what it’s like to live in these magnificent and remote outback areas of the state.
Mother Nature was creative when she came up with the natural wonderland in the Golden Outback, for here she pieced together an extraordinary tapestry of beauty, and landscapes to admire.
Many towns support a rich diversity of events, exhibitions, celebrations, shows and festivals. If you’re planning an outback holiday there may be several events that you can enjoy along the way.
Australia's Golden Outback invites our regional stakeholders and local community to submit events for inclusion on our website.
Marvel at the Antony Gormley sculptures, Australia’s largest world-class art site, situated on Lake Ballard, near Menzies.
Discover Mount Augustus in the Gascoyne-Murchison region, the biggest rock in the world.
Explore Wave Rock near Hyden, one of Western Australia’s most recognised attractions.
Western Australia’s Golden Outback is famous for its dazzling displays of spring wildflowers, from July.
Experience real outback Australian life at a station stay in the Gascoyne-Murchison region.
With dazzling blue waters, incredible marine life and some of the whitest beaches in the world, this pristine environment provides the ideal backdrop for surfing, fishing, walking, swimming,
Located on Middle Island, the largest of the Recherche islands, this striking phenomenon can be accessed by chartering a plane or boat with nearby tour operators in Esperance.
The Super Pit now incorporates the historic Golden Mile, marking the spot where Irishman Paddy Hannan first struck gold and sparked the great gold rush of the late 1800s.