We hit the MTB trails in the Pilbara

I think most mountain bikers would agree, riding is a wee bit addictive and in Western Australia there is ample opportunity to ride through some contrasting landscapes with endless options when it comes to the style of riding. In the North West of Western Australia, the Pilbara region has a fairly active network of mountain bike trails and crew. I'm excited to share with you, a ride in the Pilbara! Saturday morning waking up ...

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Deep Gorge, Burrup Peninsula – Summer Season

Setting out from the town of Karratha, we embark on a short drive towards Dampier en-route to the Burrup Peninsula where Western Australia's 100th national park is located. Murujuga National Park was created a couple of years ago under a unique partnership between the government and traditional custodians -  Ngarluma-Yindjibarndi, the Yaburara-Mardudhunera and the Woon-goo-tt-oo. Just before Hearson's Cove, we take an unsealed road to an area that the ladies at the Karratha visitor centre ...

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Yaburara Heritage Trail, Karratha

Travelling on North West Coastal highway, the city of Karratha sits concealed on the other side of a range of hills known as Karratha hills.  One morning over the weekend, we set off early on the short loop trail of the Yaburara (pronounced Yabara) Heritage Trail. The short loop trail can be accessed from the visitor centre which is a five minute drive from town. There's plenty of parking to leave the car and the ...

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Road trip to the North West of Western Australia

Having spent most of our adult years exploring the south west and great southern areas of Western Australia, we recently set out on an extended trip to the North West of Western Australia. This post is a snippet into our 1,654 kilometre long journey over a period of three days. The north west of Western Australia can be a considerably unforgiving area, a hot climate and remote location. The tourism websites talk about an ancient natural landscape made ...

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