Australia's Golden Outback Holiday Planner 2022/23

the MINERS PATHWAY 4 days | Sealed and unsealed roads Explore the mining legacy of the Golden Outback through the grand old buildings, the graveyards, rusting machinery and the rich stories of those who lived the whirlwind times. The trail goes from Paynes Find to Meekatharra, or from Yalgoo to Sandstone, taking in the prospecting towns (such as Mount Magnet and Cue) at the forefront of Western Australia’s 1800s gold rush. Enjoy the big sky country and the richness of the great Murchison and Gascoyne regions, being sure to keep your eyes peeled for wildlife including emus, wedge-tailed eagles and kangaroos.

Mount Augustus

Peace Gorge Meekatharra

WOOL WAGON PATHWAY 3 days | Unsealed roads

the many station stay options. There are wide open spaces, historic homesteads and lots of attractions to enjoy on this adventure, including a natural spring, seashell fossils and gorgeous picnic spots. Take in the beauty of the Kennedy Ranges; some 75kms of cliffs, canyons and wildlife. Finish your trip in Exmouth with an experience on the spectacular Ningaloo Reef and witness majestic whale sharks in season.

This trail epitomises the Australian outback. The drive takes you from Geraldton through the Gascoyne Murchison up to Exmouth in the Coral Coast, passing through historic and timeless towns like Pindar and Murchison Settlement. Camp along the way or get a taste for life on the land by enjoying one of


G ENUINE OUTBACK HOSPITALITY YOU DESERVE IT Plan a stay at the grand old Queen of the Murchison Guest House & Café, and soak in the history of Cue. Admire the preserved buildings, fossick for gold, photograph amazing sunsets. Owner Joyce Penny has created a fresh and homely environment and café for travellers and workers. Caf é open Wednesday to Sunday (Summer 8am-3pm, Winter 8.30am-3.30pm).

Address: 53 Austin St, Cue 6640 | T: (08) 9963 1625 E: | W:

96 | The Gascoyne Murchison |

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