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Five Rivers Lookout

A lookout boasting a view of the five rivers of the Kimberley at the point in which they combine and meet the ocean.

Details

  • Natural Attractions:Lookouts
  • Facilities:BBQ,Picnic Facilities,Toilets

Description

Located on top of the magnificant Bastion Range at Wyndham, the lookout offer a unique view of the where the Kimberley rivers combine at the Cambridge Gulf.

Mitchell Falls

The magnificent Mitchell Falls, or Punamii-unpuu, are an iconic Kimberley landmark and a place of cultural and spiritual significance for the Wunambal people.

Details

  • Natural Attractions:Lookouts,Waterfalls
  • Activities:Walking
  • Facilities:Toilets,Walking Trails

Description

The Mitchell Plateau is one of the most spectacular parts of the Kimberley. The four-tiered Mitchell Falls is on the the most impressive sights in the Kimberley, and it is an essential detour from the Gibb River Road.

Allow four to six hours for the moderate to difficult 8.6 km round trip to Mitchell Falls so that time can be spent at the falls. The walk is over rough country but the track is marked and is reasonably well-worn. If in doubt, walk in close vicinity to the creek. Take care near the many cliffs.

You can stop and view Little Mertens Falls 800 m from the camping area on the way to Mitchell Falls.

 

Mitchell Plateau

You can not go much further north in WA than the positively spectacular Mitchell plateau which features Mitchell Falls. An area rich in Aboriginal heritage. Access is over rough terrain and you must have 4WD with high clearance.

Details

  • Activities:4WDing,Walking
  • Facilities:Walking Trails
  • Natural Attractions:Points of Interest

Description

All Aboriginal sites are protected so you can not touch the Aboriginal artwork in the area but you can have a look. The most interesting flora in the area is the Livistonia Eastonii palm which grows among the Eucalypt forest.

The Grotto

A natural water hole which is ideal for swimming and relaxing in the silence of the surrounding natural amphitheatre. In the tropical summer, water falls from about 15m into a deep pool.

Details

  • Natural Attractions:Points of Interest

Description

Set at the bottom of 140 steps, it is more than 400 feet deep at its deepest.

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