All Sightseeing

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    Tunnel Creek

    An amazing creek that has tunnelled its way through an ancient reef stack forming a cave. You can explore the entire length of the cave which is almost 1km long. Bring a torch and be prepared to get your feet wet. About half way along part of the cave has Read more [...]

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    Palm Valley

    A desert oasis in the middle of the outback. It is home to ancient Cycad Bushes and Red Cabbage Tree Palms. The closest palm trees to this location are located 2000km away in Queensland. Access to Palm Valley is by 4×4 only. You can get an SUV into Palm Valley Read more [...]

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    Bungle Bungle Range

    Famous behive looking dome shaped sandstone rock formations in the Kimberly’s. Located in the Purnululu National Park of Western Australia these are a must see rock feature. Access is via a rough 53km track open only to 4WD vehicles and single axle trailers. The best time to visit the Bungle Read more [...]

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    Kata Tjuta

    This group of towering red rocks is located around 50km west of Uluru. Also known as The Olgas, these rock formations are made from the same material and stand as tall as Uluru. Make sure to hike the valley of the winds walk to get up close and personal to Read more [...]

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    Kings Canyon

    The Grand Canyon of Australia. Make sure to hike the Kings Canyon Rim Walk as the views are amazing and there are some interesting rock formations along the way. There are also a number of breathtaking viewpoints where you are literally standing on the edge of the canyon. A small Read more [...]

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    Grand Canyon

    A small but interesting canyon in the Grampians National Park near the town of Halls Gap. There is a hike which follows the base of the canyon and loops back to the car park.

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    Windjana Gorge

    Windjana Gorge is an ancient reef stack which towers up to 100m from the ground and stretches many kilometres in length. The Lennard River has gouged a path straight through the reef stack forming an impressive gorge. The gorge is home to hundreds of fresh water crocodiles and you see Read more [...]

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    Jarnem Walk

    The Jarnem Walk in the Keep River National Park is home to some large sandstone rock formations that characterise the Kimberly region. The contrast between the red rocks and the green bushland makes it an outstanding place to visit. The Jarnem Walk passes right alongside a city of rocks which Read more [...]

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    Caranbirini

    Caranbirini Conservation Reserve is home to some amazing and very unusual rock formations. They are located in the middle of outback Northern Territory on the Carpentaria Highway. There is a short hike which leads right through middle of the rocks. The rocks have eroded in such a way that they Read more [...]