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Windjana Gorge National Park

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Kate H.
1 month ago

Great campsite in a fabulous setting. You drive up and choose your site, lots of space and a few trees to park under for shade. 2 min walk to the beautiful Windjana Gorge and all the crocs. You can’t swim in the gorge as the crocs now exceed 170, so it’s no longer safe to swim as it’s bit cramped :). It’s an easy drive to Tunnel Creek from here too- we’ll worth a visit and you’ll see crocs here too. Depending on the time you arrive at Windjana you probs won’t need more than 1 night here.

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Alicia P.
2 months ago

We booked a generator site but no genies heard. The campsite was pretty empty. Nice shady spot with toilets, hot solar shower and potable water. Beautiful gorge walk to spot the crocs and short drive down to Tunnel creek which also was spectacular. Ranger done the rounds but by booking online made their job easy. Some mozzies around but that was due to late season rains. A mozzie net will be handy if your bothered by them.

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Dorothy M.
1 year ago

Quiet spot to camp at the start of the Gibb River road. Good hiking trails and fresh water crocs nearby.


Fairfld-Leopold Downs Rd,
King Leopold Ranges,
Western Australia

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BP Fitzroy Crossing

68.32 km

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