The goldfield region of outback Western Australia offers diverse landscapes ranging from salt lakes to banded iron formation ridges and sandstone and granite outcrops.  The region is abundant with cultural heritage sites from both indigenous and European settlement origin. In spring the region is also carpeted with vibrant wildflowers and the pockets of native vegetation remaining are of high conservation value to the area. The best way to access this stunning part of the state is via a self drive trail. For more information on the goldfield trails or environment visit here.