The visitor centre is a fascinating part of any visit to Karijini National Park.
It provides an opportunity to discover the natural and cultural history of the park through the displays and the friendly visitor centre staff. You can also get maps, information and tips on experiencing the gorges.
The visitor centre facilities include a public telephone (mobile phone reception is very limited within the park), a shaded seating area, toilets and showers. The centre also has a shop with cold drinks, ice cream and souvenirs.
The design of the Karijini Visitor Centre building is representative of Banyjima culture. The shape depicts a goanna moving through the country with the tail representing Banyjima history, the head the future, and the centre representing Aboriginal law. Inside the centre you’ll find displays exploring the flora, fauna and geology of the park as well as telling the stories of local Aboriginal people and their culture.
Closed from mid- December until March.