CURIOUS FORMATIONS, MASSIVE MONOLITHS, ANCIENT CAVES AND MAGNIFICENT GORGES
Mother Nature has spent two billion years carving the most curious geological marvels into the ancient terrain of Western Australia. Step into other-worldly landscapes, and don’t forget your camera.
Explore the lunar-like landscape of the Pinnacles and the 350-million-year-old beehive-shaped domes of the Bungle Bungle Range. Scale some of the world’s oldest rocks in Karijini National Park and discover fascinating fossils in the towering walls of Windjana Gorge. Trek through the 400-million-year-old river gorges of Kalbarri National Park and the rugged red canyons of Cape Range National Park, rich in native wildlife and Aboriginal heritage. Scale Mount Augustus, the world’s largest monolith, or descend 750 metres into the darkest depths of Tunnel Creek, Western Australia’s oldest cave system.