Where nature reveals her true colours

With the red earth of the outback, Australia's whitest sands at Lucky Bay, and technicolour fields of native wildflowers, you’ll love the brilliant spectrum of colours of our Golden Outback region.

Discover rare and beautiful wildflowers found nowhere else on earth, step into the world’s largest outdoor art gallery—created by world-renowned artist Antony Gormley, or try something more daring: surf one of Australia’s biggest waves at Wave Rock or climb Mount Augustus, a monolith that’s twice the size of Uluru. You’ll also find a collection of ancient rock paintings not far from its base—just one of our many remarkable indigenous experiences.

Lucky BayLucky Bay, Cape Le Grand National Park. 


Unearth another side of the landscape and embark on the road trip of a lifetime by hiring a four-wheel drive and hitting the red dirt highways. Drive yourself along the Golden Quest Discovery Trail for a unique off-road adventure through our Goldfields. As you travel from Coolgardie through to Laverton you’ll get a taste of outback life. For a surreal evening, set up camp out under the stars—you’ll witness impressive formations you’ve never seen before.


Road to Wiluna

Road to Wiluna.


There are plenty of easy ways to experience this expansive landscape and include Kalgoorlie and the Golden Outback in your extraordinary WA holiday. 

Find out how to get there


Golden Outback Mud MapFind out more about The Golden Outback
Visit the Australia's Golden Outback website for further information on things to do in Kalgoorlie and the Golden Outback region.

Talk to the experts
Make the local Visitor Centres your first port of call as you travel around Western Australia.