Celebrating the Oldest Living Culture in the World

Hillarys is starting NAIDOC Week celebrations early (from 26 June) with the beautiful and immersive Red Air exhibition.

Designed by Pilbara First Nations artists Sharon and Kaye Warrie, in collaboration with Goldberg Aberline Studio, Red Air features the Yindjibarndi symbol and the strong ochre colours that are used for body painting during ceremonies. It draws on Sharon and Kaye’s vivid childhood memories –  their mother taking them out on Country, showing and telling the stories of the marks on the land.

This incredible artwork also represents a merging of Australia’s Indigenous and white histories and a desire to create a new and inclusive future.

Please note: during inclement weather, changes to the Red Air art exhibit may occur.


Dining Options Galore

One of the many great things to love about Hillarys Boat Harbour is the myriad of dining options, all within a casual stroll from one another. From family friendly, to pub grub, through to intimate fine dining, there’s something to suit everyone’s taste.

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Loads of Fun for Everyone

After you’ve enjoyed the NAIDOC Week celebrations, why not explore some of the many other fun and family friendly attractions at Hillarys Boat Harbour!

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What’s free

Swimming cove

Short-term mooring points


Beach playground

Public showers & toilets