Wunaamin Miliwundi Ranges Conservation Park

Situated on the south-western edge of the Kimberley Plateau along the Gibb River Road, explore the wilderness, dazzling waterholes, dramatic escarpments and wonderful waterfalls of the Wunaamin Miliwundi Ranges Conservation Park.

The park encompasses some of the Kimberley's most spectacular gorges including Bell Gorge and Lennard Gorge. Stay over night at the National Park campground Silent Grove, experience luxury glamping at the APT Bell Gorge Wilderness Gorge, or travel into the heart of the park to Mount Hart Wilderness Lodge.

The conservation park is located on Wilinggin country, home to the Ngarinyin People, about 200km east of Derby and 450km west of Kununurra.

Access is only by unsealed roads and a four-wheel drive is a must.

Dependent on weather and road conditions, the park is open to the public from the end of April until late November.

See more details on the Parks and Wildlife website.

This park was formerly known as the King Leopold Ranges Conservation Park.

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