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Mount Augustus Tourist Park

One of the most spectacular solitary peaks in the world, it rises 717 metres above a stony, red sandplain of arid shrubland - dominated by wattles, cassias and eremphilas - and is clearly visible from the air for more than 160 kilometres. The rock itself, which culminates in a small peak on a plateau, is about eight k... view more info

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Around the sandstone and quartz massif, a 49 km drive provides access to rocky creek gorges, Aboriginal rock engravings (petroglyphs) and a variety of wildlife on the rocks, plains and water courses.

Drainage lines from the rocks seep beneath the surrounding sands to feed groves of white-barked river gums. Elsewhere mulga, myall, gidgee and other wattles are dispersed across the red sandplain. Here honeyeaters, babblers and galahs forage for food. Nearby emus seek fruits, and bustards snatch insects and small reptiles from the gound. Bungarras (goannas) and red kangaroos are common on the plain, while euros and birds of prey are found closer to the rock.

At Cattle Pool on the Lyons River, a tributary of the Gascoyne, permanent pools attract waterbirds such as black cormorants, swans and ducks. In the trees are corellas and blue-winged kookaburras.


Mount Augustus Western Australia WA, Gascoyne Junction 6705


Situated between Great Northern and North West Coastal Highways, the drive to Mount Augustus is mainly on unsealed roads.

From the south east, from Meekatharra go west 218 km to Landor, 55 km to Burringurrah and 42 km to the Mount Augustus Outback Touris Resort where fuel, water, accommodation and camping sites are available.

From the north go east from the Great Northern Highway 25 km south of Kumarina Road house and you will travel 243 km all on unsealed road to the Mt Augustus Outback Touris Resort.

From the west, turn off the North West Coastal highway at Carnarvon, travel 173 km east to Gascoyne Junction on some sealed and some unsealed road, about half and half. There are two roads you can take from Gascoyne Junction, one via the Kennedy Range National Park and the other further east and then north. Both ways you will encounter the Cobra Bangemall Inn at Cobra Station where comfortable station stay accommodation is available. Check at Gascoyne Junction Shire office which of the two roads are in the best condition for travel.



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Fabulous views of Mt Augustus from the rooms
We stayed here for 2 night on a 4-wheel drive tour of My Augustus and Walga Rock. It is clean and en-suite rooms very good. Having the view is fabulous and Helen is ever helpful and a joy to talk with. A gem in the outback of WA.

Great place to stay if you want to climb Mount Augustus
Really enjoyed staying at the park that gives you easy access to various climbs on Mount Augustus. I stayed in a two-bedroom fully self-contained cabin which was quite adequate. Good barbecue facilities and an amenity block only recently built with washing machines etc. Special thanks to Neil who works at the park and was most kind in assisting me with spare tyre problems.

Loved my stay at the Rock
Burringurrah (Mount Augustus) is inspiring. What a big rock! We stayed at the Mt Augustus Tourist Park in one of the twin rooms. This is not luxury but who cares - it was clean and comfortable. We were close to the toilet block and the kitchen block which had all amenities. This tourist park is situated right in front of the rock so you can take your drink of choice any time of the morning, day or evening and sit on the well tended lawn under the trees and watch the changing colours of the rock. Or you can go off as we did and do some of the walks or drives. The staff here were so friendly and helpful. They also gave us tips of walks or good sunset lookout spots. On our second night here the bar was opened which was fun. One tip - we brought our own food but other visitors we met didn't realise they would need to bring supplies. However, you won't starve as there is a well stocked shop that sells the basics and a few extras.