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Warburton Community, WA

The Warburton township, located approximately 1,540 kilometres northeast of Perth, is an Aboriginal community on private land and is not open to the public. Central Land Council permits must be obtained by potential visitors: contact 08 8951 6211.

This remote community sits between the Gibson and Victoria Deserts, providing rich, scenic ranges, red soil, spinifex, mulga and desert oaks. Warburton is home of the extraordinary Warburton Glass and traditional art made by local Aboriginal artists.

Tjuluru, the Warburton Arts and Cultural Centre, houses an exhibition of local Aboriginal artworks including paintings, artefacts and stunning glass pieces. It provides historical and contemporary examples of the vibrant Ngaanyatjarra world, where every feature of the landscape is known and named.

Nearest Airport: Kalgoorlie

Popular Activities

  • Sightseeing
  • Outback

About Warburton Community

Explore The Outback

Australia has a vast remote interior, much of it largely untouched. By night, the outback is deathly quiet, with the only light provided by the stars and the moon - a perfect oportunity for stargazing. Explore the isolated heart of the country, meet and connect with Aboriginal people and experience one of the oldest living cultures in the world. Go ‘walk-about’ and immerse yourself with Australia’s endless outback horizons.

Outback Experiences

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The Glasshouse Mountains in the hinterland of Queensland’s Sunshine Coast are actually the cores of 20 million year old volcanoes. The sides of the volcanoes have eroded away leaving only the hardened rock spiremountain cores we see today. Learn more about this awe-inspiring landscape.

Glasshouse Mountains