We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land throughout the Murchison GeoRegion – the Yamatji people. This includes the Badimia, Wajarri, Yugunga-Nya and Martu people. We recognise their continuing connection to the land, skies, waters and culture, and pay our respects to them and to Elders past, present and emerging.

Where is the Murchison GeoRegion?

21 sites of natural and cultural significance for you to explore

A Journey Through Time

Take a self-drive journey through a unique and ancient landscape full of stories dating back to the Earth’s beginning around 4.54 billion years ago and visit sites of national and international, natural and cultural significance.

While you are there, witness the effect on the land of the massive geological forces of colliding continents, long-gone oceans and destructive meteorites. Discover the unique native flora and fauna of the Mulga Shrublands and be treated to a dazzling annual display of wildflowers from July to September. Connect with culture, stories and legends that map thousands of years of human history.

All this and more awaits when you explore the Murchison GeoRegion.

Connect with culture, stories and legends that map thousands of years of human history.

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It’s important to plan ahead, and Visitor Information Centres in Murchison GeoRegion towns can provide you with information on current road conditions, accommodation options and attractions in the region. While you will get off the beaten track, most sites are accessible by 2WD vehicles (weather and conditions permitting). Click below to learn more.

Murchison GeoRegion in the media!

The Murchison GeoRegion is gaining attention from a variety of media outlets who focus on travel and tourism. Take a look at where we’ve been published.

Australia's First GeoRegion

Read about how our vision to create Australia’s first GeoRegion came to fruition as reported on page 22 of Statewide Magazine by Local Government Professionals Australia in July 2022.

Gascoyne Murchison Travel Bucket List

There is lots to take in and see in Western Australia's remote areas. Read about some of the highlights in RAC Horizons Apr/May 2022 magazine on pages 10 and 11.

Stories from the Beginning of Time

In December 2021, the Murchison GeoRegion was featured in Outdoor Explorer! A feature in The West Australian newspaper. Take a look at the online version on page 6.

Thank you!

The travel guide is full of information about the geosites and local services to help you plan your trip before you head out. For more information please get in touch with a visitor centre in the region.

We hope to see you in the Murchison GeoRegion soon.

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App includes detailed information and location of each site. Available from where you download your apps.

Map of Murchison region of Western Australia

Cue–Dalgaranga Rd, 47km south-west of Cue | Latitude: -27.402960, Longitude: 117.462742

Visits to Wilgie Mia are restricted and cannot be undertaken without permission.

For more information please contact the Cue Visitor Centre.

Via Beringarra – Kalli Rd, approx 70 km north-west of Cue

Visits are by arrangement only. 4WD vehicles are suggested.

For more information please contact the Cue Visitor Centre.

Beringarra-Cue Rd, 36km north-west of Cue | Latitude: -27.130105, Longitude: 117.721615

Cue–Wondinong Rd, 18km south east of Cue | Latitude: -27.488797, Longitude: 118.024509

Jack Hills and Mount Narryer are located on Berringarra–Cue Road.

Access to this site is restricted (for scientific purposes only) due to the need to preserve the outcrops.

For more information please contact the Meekatharra Visitor Centre.

Meekatharra–Sandstone Rd, 40km south-east of Meekatharra | Latitude: -26.904682, Longitude: 118.663404