A choice of over 150 accommodation options available for all needs and budgets.

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Tour with the experts – choose from local specialist tours and activities.

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Explore the pilbara with qantas

3 Nights from $820 per person

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Places to go

Choose your destination and we’ll help you get there.

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Warlu Way

The Warlu Way follows the path of the Warlu, or Dreamtime sea serpent.

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Festivals and Events 2023

The Pilbara is well known for its cultural festivals, local race meetings, rodeos, local shows, sporting events, and fishing competitions.

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Dive into our sapphire waters and explore

From pristine untouched beaches to the rugged outback, take a look at our suggested itineraries

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Explore the oldest natural formations on Earth.

Come explore the gorges of Karijini. High cliff tops that cascade into deep cobalt pools. Walk the trails that meander through wildlife filled gorges.

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Destination Pilbara 
Powered By Nature

The Epic Pilbara Region of Western Australia has so much to offer. From the vast expanses of open plains to rugged gorges dating back 1.3 billion years, plus pristine untouched beaches leading out to over 40 islands of the Dampier archipelago, teaming with marine life ideal for sailing, snorkelling, diving and fishing.

Our Region has world-class National Parks with accommodation ranging from Eco retreats, glamping, camping & caravanning, to station homesteads, and five-star hotels.

We have it all.


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Acknowledgement of Country

The Pilbara Tourism Association acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout the Pilbara Region and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past, present and emerging.