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Goldfields Network

Enjoy a real Australian outback adventure in the Northern Goldfields, exploring its wide open spaces, unique Indigenous culture, outback towns rich in gold rush history, heritage architecture and the eerie ruins of ghost towns. Visit real outback pubs in historic Kooynie and Agnew.
Situated north of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, the region includes the quintessential goldrush outback towns of Sandstone, Wiluna, Leonora, Menzies and Laverton. Also Warburton on the Outback Way which links the Goldfields with Ayers Rock and Alice Springs. WA’s North West is also now linked via the Goldfields Highway “short cut” route.
By day it is a photographer’s dream, with vast outback skies contrasting with the rocky landscape and constantly changing colours at dawn and dusk. By night it’s a stargazer’s paradise, the outback night sky puts on a dazzling display.
This diverse region offers a wonderland of outback birds, animals, plants, wildflowers and rock formations. Also the legend of the Last Nomads at Wiluna, the world-renowned 51 sculptures by British sculptor, Antony Gormley, spread across the dry salt bed of Lake Ballard, the Gwalia gold mine and the exciting adventure touring trails.
Follow in the tracks of those who have travelled and inhabited the region from Indigenous Australians, explorers, pastoralists and miners.
There are many Indigenous communities throughout the Northern Goldfields, some of which are keen to share their unique culture, art and artefacts.