Hotels in Australia's Golden Outback

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Find Places to Stay in Australia's Golden Outback

Australia’s Golden Outback offers vast landscapes, historic gold mining heritage, and unique flora and fauna. Explore the rugged beauty of the Goldfields, discover the rich history of the Wheatbelt, or witness the spectacular wildflower display in spring. With its stunning landscapes and rich heritage, the Golden Outback is a truly Australian experience.

Australia’s Golden Outback offers vast landscapes, rich history, and unique Outback experiences. From the white sands and turquoise waters of Esperance, to the red earth and gold mines of Kalgoorlie, the region is diverse. Explore Wave Rock, a natural rock formation shaped like a tall breaking ocean wave, or venture into the rugged landscapes of the Goldfields. The region’s Aboriginal art, pioneering history, and epic road trips make it a captivating destination.

Australia’s Golden Outback is renowned for its vast landscapes, gold rush history, and indigenous culture.


Find valuable insights in our FAQs section below to enhance your Australia’s Golden Outback experience and make the most of your time discovering the breathtaking landscapes.

Must-see historical sites in Australia’s Golden Outback include the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Super Pit, the Golden Quest Discovery Trail, the Ghost Town of Gwalia, the Pinnacles Desert, and the National ANZAC Centre in Albany.

Australia’s Golden Outback features notable ghost towns and abandoned mining sites, including Gwalia and Coolgardie, offering insights into the region’s gold rush history and heritage.

The easiest way to see the Australian Outback is by joining a guided tour. This could range from a day trip to a multi-day adventure, depending on your interest and fitness level.