Karlamilyi (Rudall River) National Park

Talawana Track, Telfer, 6762

Karlamilyi National Park is Western Australia's largest and most remote national park. Karlamilyi is the Martu Aboriginal word for the Rudall River, and the park encompasses over 1.3 million hectares between the Great Sandy Desert and the Little Sandy Desert.

The Department of Parks and Wildlife advises that visitors to Karlamilyi need to be well organised with at least two vehicles and radio or satellite communications. Visitors must be self-sufficient with all supplies and equipment including fuel, water, food, medical supplies etc. Visitors should not enter the area unless they are confident about navigation and driving in remote locations.

260 kilometres north east of Newman.

Website: https://parks.dpaw.wa.gov.au/park/karlamilyi

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