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Unique driver rest stops in the Pilbara

Unique driver rest stops in the Pilbara

Horizons | June July 2016  | Travel Brief

To encourage drivers to rest, revive and connect while visiting the Pilbara, the Pilbara Regional Council recently installed a network of 18 unique Welcome Rest Stops between Onslow, Karijini National Park and Port Hedland. 

Most of the overnight and day-use rest stops offer picnic shade shelter and seating, free WiFi, toilet facilities and solar-powered lighting.

The steel canopies are base on artwork designed by local Indigenous artists and recognises the Indigenous heritage of the Pilbara.

The network follows much of the Warlu Way – a drive itinarey showcasing both inland and coastal scenery and following the path of the Warlu, the Dreamtime sea serpent.

To learn more about the Pilbara’s Welcome Rest Stops’ facilities, visit welcomereststops.com. To download a free driving itinerary of the Warlu Way visit rac.com.au/greatdrives or call 9436 4840.

 

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