Australia's Golden Outback Holiday Planner 2022/23
HIGHLIGHTS to see & do
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• Mt Madden Scenic Drive
160km return, allow five to six hours. Pallarup Rocks picnic spot features a large granite rock covering 20ha to explore, panoramic views, and wildflowers. • Railway Heritage Walk Trail is a four-section walk track through natural bush. The original railway track was built to connect Ravensthorpe mines to the Hopetoun Port and operated from 1909 to 1935. • . Ravensthorpe Range 4WD is a 28km drive across Ravensthorpe Range, see new mining activity, wildflowers, Mallee fowl and kangaroos.
MUNGLINUP Munglinup Beach forms a lagoon that is protected by a reef and here you can swim or snorkel, enjoy the underwater world or just relax on the beach. If you are looking for a secluded beach you needn’t go any further, you’ll find it here. Just a short distance away, Lake Shaster and the Oldfield Estuary are renowned havens for rare and unusual birds. The Oldfield Estuary area offers visitors plenty of activities including canoeing, small boating, kayaking, nature bush walks, wildflower viewing and fishing. Accommodation Ravensthorpe, Hopetoun and Munglinup offer RV-friendly camping for 48 hours. Two caravan parks are located in Hopetoun, one in Ravensthorpe and one in Munglinup. Motels and B&Bs are available in both Hopetoun and Ravensthorpe. The Fitzgerald Biosphere Coast is brimming with a great selection of camping options. Mason Bay, Starvation Bay and Munglinup Campgrounds are great coastal options available on a first in basis (cash only). Camping available in Fitzgerald River National Park at Hamersley Inlet, St Mary Inlet and Four Mile Campground (bookable).
Silo art, Ravensthorpe
Sandboarding Hamersley Dunes
Four Mile Beach
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