Be inspired by the Pilbara’s links to the world’s oldest continuous living culture. Join our fabulous tour to this remote region to see the contrast of old and new. With some of the world’s ancient natural landscapes dating back three billion years and stretching over 500,000 square kilometres, the Pilbara is the awakening giant of Western Australia’s north. Travel from Karratha to Broome via Exmouth, Tom Price, Newman and Port Hedland, through unique communities of the rugged outback. See national parks and an iron ore mine and visit a number of traditional cattle stations, as well as advanced grazing properties that have increased production and carrying capacity through the introduction of irrigation, performance grasses and different breeds of cattle. Spend a day at Exmouth – the gateway to the Ningaloo Marine Park – and finally relax in beautiful Broome with its rich history in pearling where you can reflect and unwind watching the sun set over the Indian Ocean.
- Visit traditional cattle stations and progressive grazing properties
- Immerse yourself in the Pilbara’s ancient landscapes
- Cruise in a glass-bottom boat over spectacular Ningaloo Reef
- Visit impressive and innovative irrigation pivot systems
- Experience the rich biodiversity of Karajini National Park
- Relax in the pearling capital of Broome
This tour operates away from tourist areas, so accommodation and transport may not be what you’d find in more conventional areas!
Your Tour Escort - Bill Dunlop
Bill Dunlop has had a lifetime involvement in the beef industry across all areas of Australia. Bill has been a cattle producer, a general manager and president of breed associations and a breed society world president. This experience has involved pure breeding, cross breeding and composite breeds. Bill has led tours to Eastern Europe, North America, the UK and Australia.