ROAD TO THE ROCK
This epic, 9-day road trip takes you from Perth, north to the Gascoyne Murchison region of Western Australia. You’ll weave your way through gorgeous country towns, historical sites, station stays, carpets of wildflowers (in spring) and the world’s biggest rock, Mount Augustus.
KINGSFORD SMITH MAIL RUN
Hit the Kingsford Smith Mail Run in your 4WD and head north on an outback camping adventure, following the original overland mail run to the magnificent Mt Augustus. This trail takes you from Carnarvon on the Coral Coast, inland to the historic gold mining town of Meekatharra.
WOOL WAGON PATHWAY
The Wool Wagon Pathway epitomises the true Australian outback. This self-drive trail takes you from Geraldton through the Gascoyne Murchison up to Exmouth in the Coral Coast. The drive takes you through historic and timeless towns like Pindar and Murchison Settlement whilst showcasing the real Aussie landscape.
Follow the Miners Pathway and explore the legacy of this remarkable period through the grand old buildings and the graveyards, the rusting machinery and the rich stories of those who lived in these whirlwind times.
CANNING STOCK ROUTE
The Canning Stock Route is an internationally recognised ‘Iconic Journey of Australia’. The remote trail runs from Halls Creek in the Kimberley region of Western Australia to Wiluna in the Northern Goldfields. Stretching 1,850 km, it is the longest historic stock route in the world and is perfect for experienced Outback 4WDers and recommend travel with another vehicle or