Karijini National Park
Karijini National Park is second largest National Park in Western Australia and is famous for its spectacular but potentially dangerous gorges.
The National Park covers 620,440 hectares. The park experiences a tropical semi-desert climate with temperatures often over 40 degrees Celsius. The park is home to an abundance of wildlife from red kangaroos, emus and bats to geckos, pythons and the rare pebble mound mouse.
Facilities available include camping and caravan, toilets with disability friendly access, water, barbeques, walking trails, swimming and tourist information.
An authentic Western Australian outback Experience! Ideally located in the depths of the breathtaking Karijini National Park, awaits the new and unique Karijini Eco Retreat - the first and only permanent up-market, luxury accommodation in the Park! Offering quality accommodation and facilities, this much anticipated development is now open and ready to welcome you to a new world of environmentally friendly, affordable accommodation with a touch of luxury and a taste of genuine mateship and hospitality in outback Western Australia! more
Karijini National Park is second largest National Park in Western Australia and is famous for its spectacular but potentially dangerous gorges. more