Escape the city and come up here to discover a different world - rich in Aboriginal history and culture. Newman has breathtaking landscapes, wild flowers and an abundance of birdlife. Come and enjoy our walking trails, 4WD trails and beautiful waterholes – a relaxing way to cool off while taking in the vast red landscapes throughout our region. We also have the second-largest open-cut iron ore mine in the world.
Planning your trip is easy with our tips on how to get to Newman, where to stay and a list of incredible places to explore by 4WD. Our visitor centre offers tours of the largest open-cut iron ore mine in the world and information about Martumili Art Centre. Martumili is situated in Newman, establishing an international reputation for innovative and dynamic art. Artworks from emerging and established Martu artists depict their land and history, reflecting stories of their families and ancestors who lived, walked and gathered food across their homelands in the Great Sandy, Little Sandy and Gibson Deserts and Karlamilyi (Rudall River) areas of Western Australia.
Direct flights to Newman depart Perth daily or plan a road trip and enjoy the beautiful Pilbara region. There is plenty to explore and enjoy here, so take a look and start planning your getaway today!
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Proof of vaccination is required The tour departs from the Newman Visitors Centre once a day at 9:15am on most days depending on numbers and staffing
Newman Visitor Centre acknowledges the Nyiyaparli Traditional Owners, on whose ancestral land the Newman Visitor Centre sits. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.