Located in Western Australia’s North West region, Tom Price is a small town far inland from the coast and is home to some amazing national parks, rugged landscapes and unique views. With scorching hot temperatures during the warm summer months, Tom Price is a popular tourist location during winter as South West Australians travel north to escape the cool weather. However, Tom Price has local events and must-see locations available year-round.
So, are you looking for things to do in Tom Price?
Summerstar has put together the ultimate Tom Price travel guide for visitors to the region. Better yet, you can book your Tom Price accommodation and experiences right here on the Summerstar website – it doesn’t get much easier than that!
Find things to do in Tom Price below.
Find the best season to book a trip to Tom Price.
|Dec, Jan, Feb
|22°C - 38°C
|Mar, Apr, May
|12°C - 34°C
|Jun, Jul, Aug
|7°C - 25°C
|Sep, Oct, Nov
|11°C - 36°C
Unique natural waterfall located in the gorges at Karijini National Park, Western Australia.
See Western Australia’s amazing rugged landscape at some of the largest national parks in the state on your road trip from Perth to Karijini. With many gorges, unique rock formations and breathtaking views, you’re travel group will be filled with awe and a new sense of adventure.
The second-largest national park in Western Australia, Karijini National Park covers a whopping 627,422 hectares. The National Park frequently receives temperatures topping 40°C which makes winter a common time to visit. The park is home to some of the most scenic and breathtaking views in Australia.
Travel further north-west of Tom Price and you’ll pass by Millstream Chichester National Park. Over 120 species of bird, 30 species of mammal, 150 species of reptile and 500 species of plants can be found in the national park.
Delightful clear blue sky over Mount Nameless (Jarndunmunha) in Tom Price, WA.
Make the most of your time in Tom Price with a hike up one of the many mountains in the local area. After, cool off with a nice cold beer, wine or soft drink and meal at Golfie Café in the town centre.
Try your skills at a bit of golf at the Mountain View Sporting Club. You can also stop in at the Golfie café and bar for a bite to eat or maybe a cold beer to cool off on a warm afternoon.
Mount Nameless stands a massive 1,128 metres about sea level and travelling to the top provides sweeping 360-degree views of the Hammersley Ranges and the town of Tom Price. For a return hike to the top and bottom of the mountain, it’s recommended you allow approximately 3 hours.
Mount Bruce (aka Punurrunha) is the second-highest mountain in Western Australia, offering a long and rigorous climb - perfect for hiking enthusiasts. We recommend tackling the 6-hour (approx.) round trip in the early morning before the real heat sets in.
Large Rio Tinto mining train travelling through the Tom Price region in Western Australia.
Learn about the rich history and culture in and around Tom Price by booking as guided Tom Price Tour. Local tour guides will take you too often unreachable locations that very few visitors get to experience. Be sure to check tour operator opening months when booking things to do in WA as not all tours are open year-round.
The Lestok Iron Ore Mine tour begins at the Tom Price Visitor Centre where guests are issued with safety glasses and a hard hat. All guests are treated to air-conditioned comfort and full commentary on route to the mine so you can hear about the rich culture and history of the area.
From April until October, West Oz Active will be running a range of tours exploring Karijini National Park. These adventure tours give you access to most of the park, including restricted Class 6 gorges very few people see.
Stop in at the Tom Price Visitor Centre in the centre of town for information on local tour providers and must-see locations. The centre will also guide you through important travel information and how to keep safe while travelling our vast outback.
Ready for an outback adventure? Book your stay at Summerstar's very own Tom Price Tourist Park, located at the base of Mount Nameless. We have a range of accommodation options to suit all budgets and even have a pool so you can cool off after a long day hiking.
Where is Tom Price?
Tom Price is located approximately 1,500km north of Perth, the capital city of Western Australia. By car, the trip to Tom Price will take you approximately 16 hours from Perth.
What are the best experiences in Tom Price?
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How can I book accommodation in Tom Price?
Accommodation at Tom Price Tourist Park can be booked directly on the Summerstar Tourist Park website. Book Now »