Migratory bids from as far away as Siberia visit these amazing Ramsar-listed wetlands, 25km from Wyndham. There's a bird hide and boardwalk at Marlgu Billabong and an excellent sunset view from Telegraph Hill. Nearb…
Sunsets are superb from this spectacular lookout on Mt Bastion (325m), overlooking the King, Pentecost, Durack, Forrest and Ord Rivers entering the Cambridge Gulf. Free BBQs.
The ruins of an old telegraph station lie half-hidden by boabs on this small hill above the Ord River flood plain. Sunrises and sunsets are magnificently lonely.
One of the oldest continual country race meetings in Australia provides a chance to dress up and have some fun with the locals.
Just off the highway, 33km from Wyndham, steep steps lead down to a deep, peaceful pool in a small gorge, perfect for a quiet dip. Be aware that freshwater crocodiles have been found here and there has been at least…
Billed as WA's 'most northern bakery', the quirky selection of pies include crocodile and barramundi, best enjoyed under the courtyard mango trees. Find them on Facebook.
Australia's second-oldest outdoor 'picture garden' airs films on alternate Saturdays during the Dry.
The historic Wyndham port precinct contains a small museum and pioneer graveyard.
Small cemetery on a bend in the highway with the graves of early pioneers.
Provides a reasonable selection for self-caterers.