21 epic road trips through WA’s Golden Outback
There’s never been a better time to take an epic road trip and explore Western Australia’s Golden Outback, a vast and diverse region that covers 54 per cent of the state.
It stretches from the rugged red earth of Mt Augustus in the Gascoyne-Murchison region, the world’s largest monolith twice the size of Uluru, to the sweeping snow-white beaches of Esperance, Fitzgerald Coast and the South Coast with captivating scenery that bursts with colour during wildflower season in spring.
At the very heart of Western Australia’s Golden Outback lies the modern mining hub of Kalgoorlie and the Goldfields, offering fascinating insights into the history and heritage of the wild gold rush days. To the west in the Wheatbelt, be rewarded with views of picturesque rolling farmland dotted with rural townships and a giant public art trail of colourful silos, and the famous Wave Rock.
The 21 Epic Road Trips booklet can be found here, it consists of the following incredibly diverse road trips:
- Road to the Rock
- Canning Stock Route
- Kingsford Smith Mail Run
- Wool Wagon Pathway
- Miners Pathway
- Golden Quest Discovery Trail
- The Outback Way
- Norseman Heritage Trail
- Gunbarrel Highway
- Anne Beadell Highway
- Leonora Loop Trails
- Public Silo Trail
- Golden Pipeline Heritage Trail
- Granite and Woodlands Discovery Trail
- Wheatbelt Way
- Wildflower Way
- Pathways to Wave Rock
- The Holland Way and the John Holland Track
- Road to Esperance
- Ravensthorpe Ranges
- Great Ocean Drive
Find your perfect road trip today by downloading the 21 Epic Road Trips booklet available here: www.roadtripcountry.com.au.
SOURCE: Australia’s Golden Outback