The Canning Stock Route passes through some of the most remote and isolated country in the world. Built in 1910 to break the West Kimberley beef monopoly, the route begins in Halls Creek and extends all the way to Wiluna in the mid-west, a distance of over 1800kms. The rugged terrain and sheer isolation of the stock route demands an unparalleled level of planning, expertise and competency.
In certain parts the stock route is incredibly beautiful, with freshwater springs creating oases in the middle of nowhere. Other areas are home to narrow gorges, sheer cliffs, ancient Aboriginal art sites and engravings of explorers and drovers.
Very few people ever get to see this unique part of Australia. If you’re interested in being one of them, make sure it’s with Outback Spirit.