Timed to take advantage of Pilbara weather at its best and with the kids on school holidays, there is some camping available in the national park and glamping in the Karijini Eco Retreat, but spaces are limited.
It's a great opportunity to take in the unspoiled nature of the region and to participate in six days of events.
While some of the events are ticketed there are also many free, family friendly activities with workshops focused on art, culture and enrichment.
Karijini is a photographer's paradise. Image supplied.
Food lovers will enjoy the flavours of Paul Iskov and Fervor with two degustation meals featuring native ingredients and locally sourced produce, along with a bush tucker high tea from Aboriginal chef and television celebrity Mark Olive.
The Karijini Experience is packed with music events including celebrated Aboriginal soprano, Deborah Cheetham with a WA Symphony Orchestra string quartet performing in a beautiful gorge setting, holding a choral workshop at the Karijini Eco Retreat and a family friendly Opera Under The Stars.
Singers Archie Roach and Gina Williams will be performing and there will be music workshops.
The clear skies of the Pilbara should provide a good opportunity for Astronomy WA who will be celebrating World Astronomy Day to celebrate the new moon with telescopes doing sky tours and astrophotography workshops, teamed with cultural stories about the night sky.
There will be plenty of Aboriginal culture with a Welcome to Country ceremony and corrobboree, cultural workshops and presentations, gorge walks and bush culture walks.
A wide range of musicians will perform. Image supplied.