Onslow is a coastal town in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, 1,386 kilometres (861 mi) north of Perth. It has a population of 667 people and is in the Shire of Ashburton local government area.
Once a major exporter of wool, Onslow features salt mines as well as being flanked by major mine sites in Tom Price and Paraburdoo, this port is yet another window into WA’s major exports in minerals.
During World War II, Onslow was the most southerly town in Australia bombed by the Japanese
Nothing screams “straya” like a $20,000 goon bag that is actually part of an ‘artist display’ event.
Testament to Australia’s alcohol addiction. Behold! Le giant fruity lexia goon bag, drink it on the beach and get farrrrked! Then drive home and kill a roo. *facepalm*
Certainly looks like a challenge!
Port Smith Golf Course WA
Look who’s celebrating again #geraldton #australiaday