Gorge & Spa Pool

Hamersley Gorge

Take a dip in some of the most spectacular and remote gorge pools that Australia’s North West has to offer on this half day tour from Tom Price to Karijini National Park. Located in the north west corner of Karijini National Park, Hamersley Gorge is the most remote of the gorges. On the descent into the gorge, you can clearly see how the layers of rock bent and buckled before they pushed their way to the surface more than 2.5 billion years ago. At the base of the gorge, take a dip in the delightful gorge pool and relax in the shade of the trees.
  • Swim and enjoy Spa Pool and Hamersley Gorge
  • Afternoon tea
  • Detailed commentary provided by an expert local guide
  • Air-conditioned coach or bus
  • Pick up and drop off in Tom Price
Afternoon tea provided.

For group bookings please contact us for pricing or take a look at our private charter options.

What to Bring / Wear

Suitable walking footwear for rugged terrain, a hat and sun protection, 1 litre water bottle (minimum), camera or phone, a towel and a backpack for your items.

Safety Information

Access to some areas may be restricted, depending on the conditions of the National Park.

About the Hamersley Gorge

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Take a picturesque drive from Tom Price to the remote Hamersley Gorge. Enjoy the beautiful features of this gorge and take a dip in a natural spa pool for those who are keen. Take in a bird’s-eye view of the gorge from the lookout. Tour highlights include: Exploring this dramatic gorge, full of colour texture and reflections and a great spot for a swim in the gorge pool and at the spectacular Spa Pool.
  • Do I need to be fit to attend this tour?
    People of all ages and fitness levels have completed our tours in the past so this is up to each individual. Please note that some of the staircases are made of uneven natural rocks that vary in height and width with no handrail for support. Walking sticks may assist you on tour.
  • Should I bring food and drinks?
    We provide light afternoon tea refreshments including tea and coffee, however if you require extra snacks please feel free to bring them with you.
  • Is there a toilet and change room facilities at Hammersley Gorge?
    Yes, at the top of the Gorge there are two enclosed drop-toilets. There are no hand washing or shower facilities.
  • Can I fly my drone over the Gorge?
    Unfortunately drones cannot be flown within Karijini National Park without prior written permission from the Rangers.
  • Is there phone reception?
    There is no phone reception in this area.