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The Pilbara, Australia. Holidays, Tours and Travel.

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The Pilbara region is a place where you can do some Australia's finest fishing, dive beautiful coral gardens, explore stunning National Parks, see golden sandy beaches that stretch on for miles, see the Mackerel Islands and experience a place that is so ancient, that it dates back more than 2 billion years. The Pilbara region is Western Australia is famous for so many reasons, it natural beauty, its natural gas, crude oil, salt and iron ore industry yet amongst all of the massive mines that you can visit you can also emerge yourself in a place so captivating that it will take your breath away.

With plunging rock pools, deep gorges, canyons, grasslands, beaches and islands you can only start to imagine the endless possibilities for adventure. You can set out by yourself or book onto one of the many awesome tours that you can do while you are here. From four wheel driving expeditions, air conditioned coach tours and guided walks, there is every kind of tour imaginable for you to join in on so you can experience the stunning scenery that the region is famous for.

You can visit the Karijini National Park and walk through tall standing gorges, see cascading waterfalls, swim in plunge pools and rock pools and venture into one of the most remote places on the planet, the Eastern Pilbara where you can see Rudall River National Park. Take a walk through Millstream Chichester National Park, enjoy a picnic, let the kids run around and sit back and relax and soak up the beauty.

From the National Parks to the stunning coastline, you can have one awesome holiday in The Pilbara region. There is boating, sailing, fishing, snorkelling and diving to be had, so bring your own boat or jump on board one of the charters for the day that will take you to some Australia's finest spots. See turtles nesting between the months of September and April or see the famous attraction called the Staircase to the Moon" when on the full moon of every month the moon shines on the mud flats at low tide creating an optical illusion of a staircase that leads all the way to the moon. A sight to be seen! Visiting neighbouring islands and explore them, travel along the rugged coastline and see a place barely untouched it will take your breath away.

There are historic Indigenous archaeological sites that date back over 30,000 years, you can discover art, history and culture in The Pilbara or visit colonial towns that exude not only plenty to see and do but a colourful past to accompany it. Visit Karratha or the port of Dampier or even take a trip to Point Samson Peninsula or the mining town of Port Headland. Everything is easily accessible but always check with the local Information Centre for recent updates on weather and certain roads that you may wish to access.

Scattered throughout the region you will plenty of variety in accommodation that you can stay at! Why not book into a quiet seaside hotel, hotel in Newman or an apartment in Karratha, the gateway to The Pilbara region. There are farm stays, holiday homes, B&B's and resorts that will create the perfect home away from home for you to return to come the end of a very exhilarating day.

The Pilbara region will be one trip that you will wish never had to end, from the activities out on the fringing ocean waters, natural attractions, wildlife, stunning scenery, National Parks, waterfalls, history and culture, a holiday here will be everything you have been waiting for.