Have you ever wondered how a mine site really works? Be amazed by the enormity of this open cut iron ore mine as we take you on an exclusive 1.5 hour tour into the heart of the operation.
Minimum numbers apply (6)
Highlights & Inclusions
- Viewing of the Haul Truck workshop area
- Visit the pit lookout
- View trucks, shovels and drills, the crushing and screening plants and the train load out area
- Detailed commentary provided by an expert local guide
- Air-conditioned coach or bus
- Pick up and drop off at Tom Price Visitor Centre
- Safety helmet and safety glasses are supplied
Please note: Covered footwear must be worn on this tour. Check in 20 minutes prior to your tour time at the Tom Price Visitors Centre
** ALL TOUR PARTICIPANTS MUST ANSWER MANDATORY COVID-19 SCREENING QUESTIONS **
** Inability to answer these questions will unfortunately mean you will be unable to join our tour at this time **
Nestled deep in the Hamersley Ranges at the base of the towering Mount Nameless is the town of Tom Price, in the heart of Western Australia’s Pilbara region. Home to one of the world’s richest Iron Ore deposits mined by Rio Tinto, Lestok Tours have been conducting comprehensive tours of this mine site for over 30 years. A must-do when visiting the Pilbara region, this one of a kind experience takes you behind the scenes of one of the world’s largest open cut mines for a 1.5 hour tour.
Starting at the Tom Price Visitor Centre, guests are prepped for their unique mine experience and supplied with safety glasses and a hard hat.
Travelling in air-conditioned comfort, be treated to full commentary from your guide en-route to the mine.
Visit the pit lookout for panoramic views over the mine site (bring your camera!) and view the enormous Haul Trucks and machinery at work as you travel to the process plant and onto the train load out area.
Your expert guide will give you up to date information and a unique insight into this large scale operation - from taking the ore out of the ground, through the crusher, along the conveyors to loading into the massive carts on some of the longest trains in the world.
All children under the age of 14 years must be accompanied by an Adult
14 and over are classed as Adults
Infants under 3 years are free
Infants & children are required to wear fully enclosed shoes (new born can wear socks as they will not be getting off the bus), a helmet and safety glasses, if they are unable to do this then they are required to stay on the bus with an adult when others get off the bus at the viewing platform. (If you have a bike helmet for your child/infant you can use this as their safety helmet).