Places to go

Need a little Pilbara holiday inspiration? Get great tips and ideas from some of our local gems.


A hugely diverse ecosystem and rich cultural history.
Deriving its name from the English navigator William Dampier, the region is home to a major shipping port and an abundance of natural wonder.


Karratha is a city in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, adjoining the port of Dampier.
It was established in 1968 to accommodate the processing and exportation workforce of the Hamersley Iron mining company and, in the 1980s, the petroleum and liquefied natural gas operations of the North West Shelf Venture.


Gateway to the Western Desert and Australia’s Largest Shire.
Lying 15km North of the Tropic of Capricorn, Newman is a real oasis in the outback. It is sometimes referred to as ‘The Heart of the Pilbara’.


Onslow is a coastal town in the Pilbara region of Western Australia
It is a coastal town in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, 1,386 kilometres north of Perth.

Port Hedland

Port Hedland is the second largest town in the Pilbara
Port Hedland is a dynamic town in Western Australia’s beautiful North West located approximately 1,800km north of Perth. We are home to around 16,000 people from diverse cultural backgrounds and cover 11,844 square kilometres of the Pilbara region.


Roebourne land falls within the boundaries of the Ngarluma people.
Roebourne, in the North West of Western Australia (WA), gazetted a town in 1866, is the oldest town between Geraldton and Darwin and is situated 30 kilometres east of Karratha.

Tom Price

Tom Price is an ideal base if you’re wanting to explore the natural wonders of the Karijini and Millstream Chichester National Parks.
The town is located inland, at the edge of the Hamersley Range. Tom Price is the highest town above sea level in Western Australia, and is consequently dubbed "Top Town in WA".