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Explore Town


Visitor Centre:
Roebourne Visitor Centre
Queen Street
Phone: 08 9182 1060
Fax: 08 9182 1257
Visitor website:
Situated about 14kms from the coast, on the Harding River, Roebourne is the oldest town on the NW coast of WA.

It was established in 1866 and a walk or drive around Roebourne reveals many restored historic buildings and an insight into earlier times, when Roebourne was regarded as the capital of the North West.

These include the old hospital (1887), the post office (1887), the courthouse, gaol and police barracks, the Holy Trinity Church (1895) and the Union Bank (1889).

Today Roebourne is still the Gateway to the Pilbara region, which has multi-million dollar iron ore deposits, a vast pastoral industry and many other minerals, along with the historic port of Cossack and the very popular Point Samson Peninsula.
Harding Dam
Located 27kms from Roebourne, Harding Dam is an ideal destination for a day drive and picnic with free gas BBQs and shady gazebos, set amongst grassed areas on the edge of the downstream
water course. No pets or camping.
Providing water for the local towns, the Harding Dam offers several vantage points from which to take in the surrounding dramatic scenery with the red Pilbara rocks contrasting starkly with the deep blue/green of the water.
Mount Welcome
Well worth a visit. Provides a panoramic view of the coastal plains and rugged hills surrounding the town.
Python Pool
Approximately 28kms north of Roebourne is the turn off to Python Pool. Accessible only in good (dry) weather, Python Pool is approximately 60kms along the gravel track and well worth a visit.
Roebourne Race Club
The Nor West Jockey Club was established in 1867 and is the oldest, continuous run club in WA. Don’t miss the Roebourne Races, the season commences in June.