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All Places in ‘National Parks WA’

  • Rowley Shoals Marine Park

    The Rowley Shoals Marine Park and nearby Mermaid Reef Commonwealth Marine Reserve are effectively ‘aquariums’ in the middle of the ocean with some of the best diving in Australia. The Rowley Shoals Marine Park and Mermaid Reef Commonwealth Marine Reserve protect a chain of three coral atolls at the edge read more

  • Geikie Gorge National park

    Spectacular gorge famed for its sheer white and grey walls, abundant wildlife and awesome boat tours. Devonian delight Geikie Gorge has been carved by the Fitzroy River through part of an ancient limestone barrier reef which snakes across the west Kimberley. It was laid down in an ancient sea that read more

  • Purnululu National Park

    The Bungle Bungle Range, in Purnululu National Park, is one of the most striking geological landmarks in Western Australia, offering a remote wilderness experience. Scenic flights From an aircraft, the Bungle Bungle Range is an imposing sight. The orange and black stripes across the beehive-like mounds, encased in a skin read more

  • King Leopold Ranges Conservation Park

    King Leopold Ranges Conservation Park is known for its spectacular Bell Creek and Lennard gorges, peaceful campsite at Silent Grove and the privately-operated Mount Hart Homestead. Containing some of the Kimberley’s isolated patches of remnant rainforest, the King Leopold Ranges extend for some 300 kilometres from Walcott Inlet to Margaret read more

  • Mitchell River National Park

    Mitchell River National Park lies in a remote part of the Kimberley and contains majestic waterfalls, Aboriginal rock art and sites of cultural significance to the Wunambal people. The Mitchell River has carved spell-binding gorges and waterfalls into the blocky, layered sandstone of the Mitchell Plateau. Waterfalls and plunge pools read more

  • Murujuga National Park

    Murujuga has the distinction of being the 100th National Park declared in Western Australia. It hosts the largest concentration of rock art in the world. Murujuga is vested with the Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation (MAC) comprising traditional custodians the Ngarluma-Yindjibarndi, the Yaburara-Mardudhunera and the Woon-goo-tt-oo. The land is leased back to read more

  • Dampier Archipelago Island Reserves

    The Dampier Archipelago is a chain of 42 coastal islands, islets and rocks, where divers may explore coral reefs, while other visitors swim or relax on the beach. Many islands feature steep rock piles, mangroves and sandy beaches that attract people who enjoy snorkelling, diving, boating, fishing, windsurfing, camping and read more

  • Prince Regent National Park

    Prince Regent, declared WA’s 99th national park under the State Government’s Kimberley Science and Conservation Strategy, protects many areas of scenic grandeur. Prince Regent National Park is one of Australia’s most remote and beautiful places. Spectacular features include Kings Cascades, Pitta Gorge, Mount Trafalgar, Python Cliffs and Prince Regent River, which read more

  • Parry Lagoons Nature Reserve

    A wealth of tropical birds and lurking crocodiles can be viewed from a bird hide and boardwalk over the waterlily studded Marglu Billabong. Marglu Billabong in Parry Lagoons Nature Reserve is an important waterbird feeding and breeding area. It is also a stopover point for migratory waders, some of which read more

  • Mirima National Park

    Mirima National Park has steep, broken walls of colourful layered rocks that come alive as they reflect the tones of changing light. Accessible year round The May to October dry season is the best time to visit the Kimberley. However, Mirima National Park is accessible and worth seeing all year read more

  • Windjana Gorge National Park

    Meet the wildlife The Lennard River runs through Windjana Gorge in wet weather, but forms pools surrounded by trees and shrubs during the dry season. The 3.5km long gorge cuts through Napier Range: part of the ancient Devonian limestone reef that can also be seen at Geikie Gorge and Tunnel read more

  • Tunnel Creek National Park

    Western Australia’s oldest cave system, in Tunnel Creek National Park, is famous as a hideout used late last century by the Aboriginal leader Jandamarra. He was killed outside its entrance in 1897. Tunnel through the reef You can walk through the tunnel to the other side of the Napier Range. read more

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