Experience the Murchison GeoRegion on a roadtrip through a unique and ancient landscape full of stories dating back to the Earth’s beginning around 4.54 billion years ago and visit sites of national and international, natural and cultural significance.
Witness the effect on the land of the massive geological forces of colliding continents, long-gone oceans and destructive meteorites at Peace Gorge and London Bridge.
Discover the unique native flora and fauna of the Mulga Shrublands. Spot an array of birdlife, track emus, kangaroos and reptiles in the Murchison, and be treated to the dazzling annual display of wildflowers most years, from July to September.
Connect with culture, stories and legends that map thousands of years of human history at Errabiddy Bluff and The Granites.
Learn about Western Australia’s largest gallery of Aboriginal rock art at Walga Rock, the world’s oldest underground mining operation, see WA’s only remaining gold battery in action, and explore the remains of a fine brewery.
And while you're here, pick up a Trail Guide from a local Visitor Information Centre to learn more about the unique towns, attractions and things to do in the region.
Caters for people who have a wheelchair