Located in the north of the state, Western Australia’s Pilbara region covers over 500,000 square kilometres. It reaches all the way from the Northern Territory border across the Great Sandy Desert to the Indian Ocean, an ancient landscape with stunning natural beauty and some of Australia’s oldest rock formations, over two billion years in the making.
The region offers a wide range of natural wonders within its three national parks including the amazing Karijini, from rugged gorges and tunnels to explore for those with a sense of adventure, secret waterfalls to wash off the desert dust and crystal-clear billabongs and rock pools. Hiking trails and awe-inspiring lookouts, kayaking and canoeing, rock climbing and more … Pilbara is jam-packed with things to see and do and it’s all waiting for you!
It is also a place with rich Indigenous heritage – the heritage-listed Burrup Peninsula is the ideal way to absorb the unique and fascinating history, culture and art of the Indigenous peoples of the area.
In the central Pilbara, travel with us and we will share with you the local sites and their histories, knowledge of bush foods and medicines of the area and learn about the Yinhawangka group, the traditional owners of the land around Paraburdoo.
Camel trekking tours are the perfect way to experience up close this amazing and special part of Western Australia. Heading out from Paraburdoo onto Rocklea Station, walk the tranquil station tracks towards water holes, along sandy creeks or in transit towards the Karijini National Park.
Our fully-catered outback treks and camping expeditions will get you in amongst the action and adventure, the serenity and quiet only nature can provide, or experience immersion in the amazing Aboriginal culture and traditions of this unique region.
Partnerships with Western Australia and Pilbara tourism providers mean that you are not only provided with a truly special outback trekking tour experience – everything the Pilbara region has to offer is yours to discover and enjoy for a trip that is second to none.