Lestok Tours offers guided tours of the Pilbara region, including Pilbara Iron’s Tom Price mining operation and the Karijini National Park.
All touring is conducted in either four wheel drive vehicles or coaches. Our vehicles are maintained to the highest standard and upgraded regularly, ensuring your comfort and safety.
We employ local drivers and tour guides, all of whom have local knowledge of the Pilbara region.
Lestok Tours will show you the natural wonders of the area in a relaxed and friendly environment.
From $140 to $145
The Pilbara, the oldest known landscape on Earth, estimated to be more than two and a half billion years old, and how beautifully it has aged. With its sheer gorges you can see where nature has carved deep lines of time into the landscape. There is no better place to witness this than at Karijini National Park.
Karijini has spectacular 100 metre sheer-sided ochre coloured chasms. Hidden amongst this ruggedness are crystal clear rock pools, cascading waterfalls and tropical fern environments each offering easy walking track or viewing platform access.
The tour explores the Weano recreation area including Oxer Lookout, a towering but safe precipice overlooking the juncture of Weano, Joffre, Hancock and Red Gorges, with a walk through Weano to Handrail pool (water levels permitting). Following a relaxing morning cuppa the next stop is Joffre Falls lookout for a photo stop. A refreshing salad and meat pack lunch is taken at the Karijini Visitors Centre.
The Karijini Visitor Centre houses a wealth of Aboriginal culture, pastoral history, flora, fauna, geological information and displays.
Our final stop is at Dales Gorge area which includes Circular Pool, Fortescue Falls and a swim at Fern Pool.
The town of Tom Price is also home to one of the world’s richest iron ore deposits which are mined by Pilbara Iron Pty Ltd.
Lestok Tours conducts one and a half hour comprehensive tours of the mine, one of the largest open cut mines in the world. View massive trucks and shovels at work moving mountains and learn about two and a half kilometre long trains. This industrial tour operates all year round.