Gascoyne Murchison Miners Pathway

The Gascoyne Murchison Miners Pathway is a self-drive tour throughout the historical mining regions of the Mid West and Gascoyne. The pathway is approximately 970km in distance and travellers should allow a minimum of three days. The journey not only involves seeing historical sites within the old mining towns and disused mines but is also a great way to see the spectacular wildflower displays unique to this region. Mount Magnet is situated at the crossroads of the Miners Pathway making it the perfect place for an overnight stay.

Highlights of the Pathway include- Jokers Tunnel, Big Bell Hotel, London Bridge and old gold mines. Miners Pathway is suitable for all vehicles, but it should be noted that the road from Meekatharra to Sandstone is not sealed and you are advised to check for road conditions.

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