Australia's Golden Outback 2023 Holiday Planner
beaches and over 100 islands are in stark contrast to the red earth of the surrounding outback, making for an invigorating spot to cool off and bathe in tranquillity. Cape Le Grand National Park and Fitzgerald River National Park are paradises of biodiversity to discover. Spectacular displays of wildflowers bloom all around in season, erupting in the north from August and until November in the south. Discover these magical displays of colour on one of the regions many wildflower trails. Walk the lands and stretch your mind back to over 60,000 years ago when Aboriginal people first began tending to this Country. Ancient Aboriginal culture and remnants of history run deep through Australia’s Golden Outback and are inspiring to observe and understand. While accessible to even the most inexperienced tourer, this is territory that should be respected. Use this guide to thoroughly plan ahead, contact our local visitor centres and ensure you equip yourself properly to make the most of your adventure ahead. With so much natural beauty to explore in this vast and varied region, when you immerse yourself in its rich experiences, the time is always now.
The adventure of a lifetime awaits in the untamed expanse of Australia’s Golden Outback.
H it the road and let endless horizons lead the way as you take in the dazzling displays of wildflowers, rugged rocky outcrops, wild woodlands, brilliant beaches, and vast open plains of Australia’s Golden Outback. Networks of road trips sprawling throughout the region will take you far and wide, covering 54 per cent of Western Australia. In the north discover Gascoyne Murchison, the red heart of the state where pindan soils sweep the plains and station stays abound for a true blue outback experience. The expansive ranges and massive Mount Augustus / Burringurrah are majestic sites to behold. Venture to the Wheatbelt where
country charm emanates, carpets of canola sweep over rolling fields, and quaint streetscapes light up with character. The iconic 100-metre-wide Wave Rock is a must-see sight, and immersive farm stays and fresh produce will give you a rich taste of the region. If Gascoyne Murchison is the red heart of state, Kalgoorlie Goldfields is certainly its heart of gold. History and heritage of wild gold rush days of the late 1800s will forever be imprinted here, despite the modern mining boom transforming the Kalgoorlie-Boulder City into a progressive place to explore. Travel further south and find the spectacular coastal destinations of Esperance and the Fitzgerald Coast. Glistening blue waters, snow-white
Australia’s Golden Outback acknowledges the Traditional Custodians throughout the Golden Outback of Western Australia and their Elders, past present and emerging.
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