See fresh water crocodiles, all manner of birdlife, and other native animals like dingos and wallabies at Geikie Gorge National Park in the Kimberley region.
The main attraction is the multi-coloured cliffs of Geikie Gorge where the Fitzroy River has cut through fossil reef over millions of years.
You can take a cruise along the river to see the gorge and wildlife up close – and learn about Aboriginal Dreamtime stories of the area.
Geikie Gorge is an important Aboriginal cultural area and is known by the Bunaba people as Darngku.
The national park covers more than 3,000 hectares of land and is also home to a riverine forest of river red gum trees and paper barks. Some areas are covered with wild passionfruit vine.
Pack a picnic and enjoy the tranquillity of the wilderness, or go bushwalking along two dedicated trails.
Rock climbing is permitted.
The best time to visit the park is from May to October when the weather is mild.
You can get to Geikie Gorge National Park by driving about 20 minutes from the town of Fitzroy Crossing.
Tourists are advised to check for alerts and road/park closures before commencing their travel on www.emergency.wa.gov.au and https://alerts.dbca.wa.gov.au