Port Hedland

Welcome to Port Hedland

Discover the rich cultural heritage, incredible stories of the local Indigenous people and its economic significance as a powerhouse of the Australian economy.

As the gateway to the Pilbara coast and vast ranges, the newly refurbished Port Hedland Visitor Centre should be your first port of call to start your journey. Plan your break with local and regional tourism information, WI-FI, contemporary gifts and keepsakes, locally made products, maps and books, travel advice and a host of local Pilbara treasures.

Highlights

The Pilbara Pathfinder - Adventure Awaits

Find your path through Western Australia’s adventure playground. Get a taste of this region’s wild history or read up on the Pilbara’s horse racing circuit, its rodeo and its iconic pubs. The Pilbara Pathfinder combines the key services, activities, tours and locations available in Port Hedland and surrounding areas in one printed guide. A guide and travel aid for visitors journeying through Western Australia, the Pilbara Pathfinder catalogues seasonal events and insights from Karijini to Marble Bar, the Dampier Peninsula to Pannawonica and inland and pastoral Pilbara. Find off road and four-wheel-drive adventures, Aboriginal art centres, geo discovery trails, fishing spots, farm stays and charter flights. Lose yourself in the untamed land of red as an adventure awaits…

Low Cost Overflow Camping

Port Hedland is an official RV Friendly Town with all year overflow camping available to RVs.

The main site is located on McGregor Street Reserve, Port Hedland (opposite Town of Port Hedland Civic Centre) and is open from May to October (exact opening dependent on occupancy of existing caravan parks). Visitors are permitted to stay on the site for a maximum of three nights and are required to have a fully self-contained RV, including grey water containment. 

 For additional information call the friendly team at the Visitors Centre on 08 9173 1711.

The dump point for waste will remain open all year.

For other vehicles, please check in to our other caravan parks

Cooke Point Caravan Park, Taylor Street, Cooke Point 9173 1271 
Blackrock Caravan Park, North Circular Road, South Hedland 9172 3444
Port Tourist Park, Great Northern Highway (opposite Port Hedland International Airport), Port Hedland

9172 4111

Pet-friendly

.We look forward to welcoming you to Port Hedland throughout 2017.

 

Spinifex Hill Artists

The Spinifex Hill Studios were established in 2014 and are home to a rich and varied program of artistic professional development.

The Studios are home to the Spinifex Hill Artists, a group of beginner to established Aboriginal artists from Port Hedland and regional Western Australia. The group was established in 2008, and continues to create rich, joyful, and bright paintings. The group have a unique perspective of the Pilbara region where they live, sharing with us the intricate, layered histories and stories of this place. The Spinifex Hill Artists are always looking for new members to join the group.

The studios also hold frequent professional development programs and residencies for the broader artistic community of the Pilbara. The broad range of workshops on offer at the studios involve skills development, training, and national and international artistic residencies.

We welcome you to visit us at the studio, and meet our Spinifex Hill Artists. We are open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm by appointment or join us for Meet over Art each Saturday 10am-2pm

www.spinifexhillstudio.com

Upcoming Events

03
May
2017
Sing With Me





10
May
2017
Hedland Patchwork Group





12
May
2017
Exhibition Opening - Trace Elements





Where is Port Hedland?

Header images: 1-4 - by Simon Phelps, 5 - by Gary Seton, 6 - by John Elliott