OUTBACK MAGAZINE 129
The Pilbara is big – big landscapes, big sky, big industry, big export numbers, big area. It sits due south of its more celebrated cousin, the Kimberley, and stretches from the Dampier Archipelago in the Indian Ocean east to the Great Sandy Desert on the Northern Territory border.Read more
At a touch over 500,000 square kilometres, the Pilbara is more than twice the size of Victoria. Mention the Pilbara and most thoughts run to mining, but this resource-rich region, set among stunning ancient landscapes, has plenty more to discover. This major feature is just one highlight of the new issue of OUTBACK. Others include bushfire recovery, the rural woman of the year and Captain Cook commemorations, along with our favourites of Dogs, Boots, Bush Kids, Bush Weddings and more.