Warlu Way

Historical Sites and Heritage Locations Natural Attractions

The Warlu Way follows the path of the mystical Warlu sea serpent, taking you on a 2,480-kilometre self-drive journey to discover Indigenous Dreamtime legends against a backdrop of pristine coastlines and iconic outback landscapes.

Start your Warlu adventure in Exmouth, a two-and-a-half hour flight, or two day drive from Perth, to encounter all the extraordinary experiences the Warlu Way has to offer.

Swim with whale sharks, turtles and manta rays on Ningaloo Reef, the world’s largest fringing reef, and fish, snorkel or play castaway on the idyllic Mackerel Islands.

Descend into two billion years of the Earth’s history, exploring the gorges and chasms of Karijini National Park, and enjoy the tranquility of Millstream Chichester National Park – a Garden of Eden in the vast desert plains.

Explore the richest marine habitat in Western Australia, cruising the islands and coral gardens of the Dampier Archipelago.

Gaze in awe at the ancient outdoor art gallery of Burrup Peninsula, decorated with more than 20,000 Aboriginal engravings dating back over 40,000 years.

Cast a line from the epic white sands of Eighty Mile Beach, and take in an Indian Ocean sunset from the seat of a camel train on Broome’s famous Cable Beach.


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