Gascoyne Murchison towns


Mount Augustus and Upper Gascoyne

mount augustus

Gascoyne Junction is the gateway to the magnificent
Mt Augustus National Park and the Kennedy Range
National Park in the Gascoyne-Murchison region of
Western Australia’s Golden Outback. View more


walga rock cue

Cue in Western Australia’s Gascoyne-Murchison
region is also known as ‘Queen of the Murchison’
and his home to fascinating  Walga Rock. View more


Meekatharra Creek

Meekatharra  in Western Australia’s Gascoyne-
Murchison region is a popular spot for gold
prospecting and fossicking View more

Mount Magnet

The Granites Mount Magnet is the hub of the Murchison and
the longest surviving gold mining settlement in
Western Australia - it’s the perfect base for
exploring the region as well as gold prospecting
and fossicking. View more



Wildflowers WA

The Shire of Murchison in Western Australia’s Golden
Outback is known as ‘The Shire with no town’ -
surrounded by sprawling pastoral stations, abundant
wildlife and wildflowers, it doesn’t get any more outback than this. View more

Yalgoo and Paynes Find

paynes find

Yalgoo and Paynes Find are a day’s drive north east of Perth - experience real Australian outback life at a cattle station stay, or see the carpets of Western Australian wildflowers in spring. View more


london bridge sandstone

Sandstone is a picturesque town situated east of Geraldton in Western Australia’s Gascoyne-Murchison region - rich in gold rush history, with magnificent local attractions, the area is an absolute delight to visit. View more



Wiluna is an old gold rush town in the Murchison region of Western Australia’s Golden Outback with a real bush atmosphere - it’s located at the starting point of the Canning Stock Route. View more


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