Fern Pool, Karijini National Park: Escape To a Place of Stunning Beauty and Serenity
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Fern Pool, Karijini National Park: Escape To a Place of Stunning Beauty and Serenity

Close your eyes and imagine floating on your back – overhead an impossibly blue sky in a frame of lush green. You can hear the running waterfall water and below is cooling, turquoise water. This place has been sacred to Aboriginal people for thousands of years and it is no wonder why. Does this sound…

Handrail Pool, Karijini: A Journey To The Centre of The Earth
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Handrail Pool, Karijini: A Journey To The Centre of The Earth

Ever been on a “journey to the centre of the earth”? Not for the faint-hearted, this one is for the adventurous! Handrail Pool is nestled within Weano Gorge at Karijini National Park. To reach this dramatic destination involves a challenging 1.5km return hike which takes around 2 hours. However, for this unforgettable place, we recommend…

Hamersley Gorge, Karijini National Park: What You Need To Know To Visit
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Hamersley Gorge, Karijini National Park: What You Need To Know To Visit

We recognise and acknowledge Banyjima, Innawonga and Kurrama people as the traditional owners of Karijini National Park. Hamersley Gorge is well worth the extra drive out, being home to one of the most famous pools in Karijini National Park. Located in the far corner of Karijini, it’s around an hour’s drive away from the other…

7 Of The Best Gorges In Karijini National Park
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7 Of The Best Gorges In Karijini National Park

Nothing frees the spirit as much as getting off the beaten track into Western Australia’s iconic gorges. Escaping civilisation as we know it – hiking, swimming and scrambling into the rugged masterpiece of colour, contrast and awe-inspiring beauty that is found in Karijini National Park. Karijini, situated in the Hamersley Range of the Pilbara region…

11 Free and Adventurous Things To Do in Exmouth – For the Wild Spirited
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11 Free and Adventurous Things To Do in Exmouth – For the Wild Spirited

Exmouth in Australia’s North West, is probably most famous for the abundant Ningaloo Reef where turtles, manta rays and bright corals are available to you right off the beach! But little do people know, there is a whole lot more to this coastal West Australian town and it’s unique natural surroundings and history will really…