• Suggested Time: 3 days.
  • Gascoyne Murchison Region

The Wool Wagon Pathway offers the very best of the Australian Outback – stunning sunsets, star-filled night skies and real country characters.

This 3 day journey takes you through some of Australia’s most legendary sheep and wool country in which the area is traditionally renowned for, from Geraldton through the Gascoyne Murchison and into Exmouth in the Coral Coast. Embark on your Wool Wagon Pathway self-drive adventure, and to help plan your trip purchase the Gascoyne Murchison Outback Pathways Guidebook online or in a local visitor centre.

PLEASE NOTE: The Wool Wagon Pathway self-drive route covers mainly unsealed pathways. Depending on the time of the year and weather conditions, some parts of the track may only be suited to high clearance 4WDs. Please ensure to check the weather and road conditions before setting out on your journey. Also note, driving times and distances are intended as a guide only and may vary depending on exact route taken. The following itinerary includes unsealed pathways, so alter this trip to suit your circumstances and vehicle. You can see a full list of travel tips here. Also note this self-drive can be taken in either direction, but for the purpose of this itinerary the route is from Geraldton to Exmouth.

Parts of the track are only suitable for high clearance four wheel drive vehicles and should only be attempted by confident drivers. Supplies and services are limited and road conditions can vary, so plan ahead, stock up on food, water and fuel and contact the local visitor centre for up-to-date track information.

To ensure you enjoy a safe and well-planned journey, take a look at our pages on Traveling to and Around the Golden Outback and Important travel tips.

Driving times and distances intended as a guide only and may vary depending on exact route taken. Accommodation options are indicative as to what is available in the area.

Above map is intended as a guide only. It is highly recommended before heading out on your journey, you purchase a detailed Western Australian road and track map available from the RAC, petrol stations or where good maps of Western Australia are sold.

Events along the way