From the sandy beaches of Champion Bay, the tranquil waters of the Chapman and Greenough Rivers, to the red dirt landscapes of the lower Murchison, the Yamaji Drive Trail encompases history, art and natural beauty. The Trail can be driven in 1 to 2 days, depending on how long you choose to stay at each site. Accommodation options are available in Geraldton, Greenough and Mullewa.

Yamaji (or Yamatji) is the name used to collectively identify Aboriginal people from the Midwest, Murchison and Gascoyne regions of Western Australia. The term Yamaji comes from the Wajarri language and means "man" or "human being".

There are opportunities to explore areas on walk trails including the Greenough River nature trail.

More information about the sites visited on the Yamaji Drive Trail can be found in "The Aboriginal History of Geraldton (Jambinu) and Surrounding Areas" by Stan Gratte and Dale Forsyth". This booklet is available for purchase at the Geraldton Regional Library and the Geraldton Visitor Centre.