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Karijini National Park

Karijini National Park in Australia’s North West is all about adventure. It’s about exploring ancient rocky tunnels and plunging gorges, paddling through crystal-clear waterways and swimming under stunning waterfalls. And the best bit? Its most amazing scenery is all within easy reach.

 

Fortescue Falls

Fortescue Falls Karijini National Park Australia

At Dales Gorge you can experience three major highlights of Karijini National Park and Australia’s Pilbara region. Enjoy a refreshing swim at Fortescue Falls, take in one of the prettiest setting in WA at Fern Pool, or follow the three-hour return trail to Circular Pool.

 

Hancock Gorge

Hancock Gorge Karijini National Park Australia

Hancock Gorge is simply stunning, but best experienced with a Karijini tour guide. After climbing down a ladder, you walk deep into the gorge, through narrow chambers and past beautiful rock pools. Caution should be taken when entering Hancock Gorge.


Oxer Lookout

Oxer Lookout Karijini National Park Australia

Located at the junction of four mighty gorges, Oxer Lookout offers one of the most stunning panoramas in WA. And from Joffre Gorge Lookout you get a good view of the gorge’s natural amphitheatre and waterfall after the rains.

 

Weano Gorge

Weano Gorge Karijini National Park Australia

A short walk into Weano Gorge brings you to Handrail Pool, which is great for swimming and provides the best introduction to Karijini National Park and Australia’s most ancient landscapes. Join a Karijini tour to explore the challenging trail beyond.


Hamersley Gorge

Hamersley Gorge Karijini National Park Australia

Take a dip in the natural spa pool at Hamersley Gorge and enjoy a spa treatment the way nature intended – surrounded by amazing rock formations almost as old as the Earth itself.

 

Mt Bruce

Mount Bruce Karijini National Park Australia

Mt Bruce is the State’s second highest mountain, boasting one of the country’s most scenic walks. Enjoy stunning views of Karijini National Park and Australia’s Pilbara region all the way.


Karijini Accommodation

Choose from safari tents at Karijini Eco Retreat or camping facilities at the Savannah Camp Grounds.

Getting to Karijini National Park

Qantas provides daily flights to the town of Paraburdoo, just 100 kilometres from Karijini National Park in Australia’s North West. If you’re travelling by car, you can find some great inspiration for planning your trip with the suggested itineraries.

Visitor Centres

For more information about attractions, accommodation and flights, visit the Tom Price Visitor Centre or Karratha Visitor Centre websites and start planning your own adventure in Karijini National Park and Australia’s Pilbara region.


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