Gorges, caves & rocks (WA)

The compelling force of nature has gone through two billion years cutting the most inquisitive land wonders into the antiquated territory of Western Australia. Venture into other-common scenes, and remember your camera.

Explore the lunar-like scene of the Pinnacles and the 350-million-year-old bee sanctuary molded arches of the Bungle Range. Scale a portion of the world’s most seasoned shakes in Karijini National Park and find interesting fossils in the transcending dividers of Windjana Gorge. Trek through the 400-million-year-old stream chasms of Kalbarri National Park and the tough red gulches of Cape Range National Park, wealthy in local natural life and Aboriginal legacy. Scale Mount Augustus, the world’s biggest stone monument, or drop 750 meters into the darkest profundities of Tunnel Creek, Western Australia’s most established cavern framework.

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