The Pilbara region in Western Australia has some of the world’s most ancient natural landscapes, dating back two billion years and stretching over 400,000 square kilometres. Deep rocky canyons lead to peaceful plunge pools in the beautiful Karijini National Park. The Pilbara is also known as the engine room of Australia – home to a massive mining industry with huge iron ore mines and the world’s longest trains snaking their way through the landscape.
Meanwhile Ningaloo Marine Park protects the world-famous Ningaloo Reef – Australia’s largest and most accessible fringing reef. Here, you simply step straight off the dazzling white sandy beaches and enter an underwater wonderland of incredible diversity. With the opportunity to swim with the amazing whale shark and enjoy encounters with humpback whales, turtles and dugongs it a must-see for divers, snorkellers and nature-lovers.
Below is a small selection of suggested itineraries, join us for a memorable journey through the real Australian outback.