The Pilbara is the oldest known landscape on Earth, estimated to be more than 2.5 billion years old. There is no better place to witness this than at Karijini National Park. Karijini has spectacular 100 metre sheer-sided ochre coloured chasms. Hidden amongst this ruggedness are crystal clear rock pools, cascading waterfalls and tropical fern environments each offering easy walking tracks or viewing platform access.
Operates: Daily | Duration: 10 hours | Pre-booking is essential
Minimum numbers apply (6)
Travel through the picturesque Hamersley Range to the entrance of the Karijini National Park. You will be mesmerised by its ancient land formations as we explore the the Weano, Joffre and Dales Gorge areas including Oxer Lookout, a towering but safe cliff face overlooking the junction of Weano, Joffre, Hancock and Red gorges. Visit the renowned Karijini Visitors Interpretive Centre which tells the stories of aboriginal culture and heritage, pastoral and mining histories, geology, fauna and flora.
Tour highlights include: Swimming opportunities at the spectacular Handrail and Fern Pools, Joffre and Fortescue Falls, and the highest lookout in Karijini at Knox Gorge.
Morning Tea and Lunch is provided on this tour.
Minimum of 6 people to confirm this tour.
7.15am to 7.30am – Tom Price Visitor Centre and accommodation (Drop off approx 5.30pm)
8.30am – Karijini Eco Retreat (Drop off approx 4.00pm)