Windjana Gorge is cut from the same cloth as Tunnel Creek and Geikie Gorge; together they are all part of the Napier Range formed from ancient Devonian limestone reef. This 3.5km long gorge has been weathered by the Lennard River to create towering 100m high walls and wide, sandy banks.
Freshwater crocodiles can be easily seen cruising around in the emerald green pools left at the end of dry season, likewise the white corellas are also bold and can fill the riparian trees with their noisy chatter.
The camping facilities are great and if you are lucky you will see crazy, apocalyptic sunsets smouldering over the gorge from your tent, like the world is on fire.
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