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The landscape is pretty flat as you drive through the park but rivers have cut a number of gorges, some of which intersect and the rocks that are revealed are colourful and fascinating. It was cold for swimming in June but there are several pools...More
By far, this must be one of the finest natural creations on this planet. Alone, Karijini outshines the other three internationally famous regional National Parks (Kennedy Range, Mt Augustus and Millstream Chichester) put together. Allow a minimum of three full days to fully experience what...More
I haven’t been to Karijini since I was quite young. I loved reliving it again. The scenery is amazing, something beautiful to wake up to every day. The gorges are spectacular. So worth the effort to get out and see WA
This is a beautiful park with many gorgeous gorges! Some places have beautiful lookouts, others require longish walks to the bottom of the gorge. We stayed at Karijini Eco Resort for two nights, so had a full day exploring.
Karijini does not disappoint. It is beautiful, rugged, harsh and fascinating. The colours of rock formations with plant life on a blue sky backdrop, provides such natural beauty. Go see it but plan for the harsh climate and trek in/out and during or book a...More
A really good NP and at only $7 to visit a bargain as well.Located a short drive from Tom Price it has a mix of sealed & unsealed roads. Unfortunately on our visit ,we had some rain & heavy showers were expected which led to...More
We spent a few days doing walks with our primary school aged kids. We really enjoyed it. Most of the walks are quite difficult but the gorges and waterholes are amazing.
The Hamersley Gorge walk was pretty short with spectacular rocks and waterholes (quite a...More
it's probably a bit closer to Tom Price than Newman. Dales is the further entrance into Karijini from Tom Price, but it's still only 80kms all up from town to Dales whereas Newman is nearly 400kms from Tom Price.