Sitting at twice the size of the United Kingdom, the Pilbara holds a rich history of Aboriginal culture with incredible historic Indigenous archaeological sites and rock engravings, many dating back some 30,000 years. The Pilbara is home to Karijini National Park, one of WA’s most unique natural attractions with amazing hiking trails through massive gorges with crystal clear rock pools and waterfalls to explore. The Pilbara offers world-class diving, snorkelling and fishing with diverse marine life, on the hundreds of islands with amazing white beaches and untouched coral gardens to uncover on the Dampier Archipelago and Mackerel Islands

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