Nestled deep in the Hammersley Ranges at the base of the beautiful Mount Nameless is the picturesque town of Tom Price. The town is situated within the Shire of Ashburton and is some 747 metres above sea level, making it the highest town in WA and a haven for the weary traveller.
It is a modern fully serviced town designed to blend with the natural environment and the ideal base for those who wish to explore the natural wonders of the Karijini National Park.
Which ever way you approach Tom Price, you will be rewarded with some of the best scenery in the state.
Karijini National Park
Karijini National Park is the second largest national park in Western Australia and one of the most spectacular sights in the Pilbara. With breathtaking gorges, crystal clear rock pools, waterfalls, and stunning scenery, a visit to Karijini is a must.
The park has a system of excellent walk trails of varying levels, for the beginner to the adventurous, which will lead you deep into the subterranean gorges and through waterfalls where you can dive into sparkling rock pools.
There are excellent picnic areas as well as allocated camping sites within the park (visitor and camping fees apply).
Full Day including lunch $145*.
1.5 hours $28* Regular Departures.
- Tom Price Tourist Park
- Tom Price Motel
- Windawarri Lodge
- Paraburdoo Hotel/Motel
- Auski Roadhouse & Caravan Park
- Mt Florence Station Stay
- Karijini Eco-Retreat & Savanna Camp Ground
- Dales Camp Ground (Karajini NP)
- TOM PRICE VISITOR CENTRE - download maps, brochures and other information.
- Tom Price DL brochure (1.8 MB)
- Karijini National Park (981kb)
- Tom Price townsite (501kb)