Karijini National Park

Set in the heart of Western Australia’s Pilbara region, Karijini National Park is the state’s second largest national park and will take you on a journey through two billion years of the Earth’s natural history. Descend into cavernous ancient gorges, you can find some of the oldest rocks on the planet, paddle in crystal-clear waterways and cool off with a swim beneath cascading waterfalls. Camp under an outback sky or enjoy back-to-nature luxury in an eco-retreat. There is also an amazing network of walking trails, ranging from easy to challenging, that wind through some of Australia’s most awesome scenery.

Our Highlights

Explore Weano Gorge and Handrail Pool
Swim in Fern Pool
Explore Dales Gorge
‘Spider Walk’ at Hancock Gorge
Take a dip in Spa Pool in Hamersley Gorge
Hike Mount Bruce

Tick it off the bucket list

Camp beneath the stars- at Karijini Eco Retreat
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