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Manning Gorge

68 Reviews

Manning Gorge

68 Reviews
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4WD) Manning Rd Via Gibb River Road, Western Australia 6728 Australia
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Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek 4WD Tour from Broome
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Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek 4WD Tour from Broome

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This Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek 4WD tour from Broome explores two of the Kimberley region’s most popular attractions. After morning tea at a roadhouse along the Fitzroy River, see the historical Boab Prison Tree in Derby, then traverse the 4x4 Gibb River Road to Windjana Gorge National Park. Search for freshwater crocodiles and look for fossils in the ancient reef, part of the Napier Range. After a picnic lunch, follow your guide on foot through an underground labyrinth at Tunnel Creek, with the option to swim in a refreshing watering hole.
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CorinneKeijzer wrote a review Sep 2019
Amersfoort, The Netherlands278 contributions49 helpful votes
It's a long walk from Manning Grove, longer than they tell you, but it's worth it. A nice cold swim at the end and a fall (when wet season gave enough rain ;)) Take an hour and lots of water to get there....
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Companion503816 wrote a review Aug 2019
Barkers Creek, Australia6 contributions2 helpful votes
A great walk in with some lovely scenery, then rewarded with amazing rock formations and a long cool swim. Not overcrowded - beautiful
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Date of experience: June 2019
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JanKofMelbourne wrote a review Jul 2019
Melbourne, Australia73 contributions12 helpful votes
Campsite is right on the gorge, so it was busy when we arrived for a visit and would probably be fairly well frequented most of the time. Pleasant enough but there are better gorges that you don't have to pay for!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Stevie Wills wrote a review Jul 2019
3 contributions1 helpful vote
Nature provided a beautiful gorge and swimming area......however the amenities are are circa 1970's....three male toilets filthy, run down, no toilet paper... insufficient number for the amount of people staying there. No change since I last visited in the 90s. Kimberley Style Tourism...happy to take your money, no wonder free camps are popular at least you get what you pay for with them.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Julie Louise C wrote a review Jun 2019
Broome, Australia711 contributions218 helpful votes
Yes a beach. In the middle of the Gibb River Road. A beautiful white beach, perfect for lazing in the shade with a coldy or having a refreshing dip. Safe for the kiddies too, not too deep with a little boat to take you to the other side of the river & a unique rock island in the middle. A ladder to get in this year as the bank has altered a bit. This shady campground is huge & is located 7kms down the track behind the Mt Barnett Roadhouse, fees are payable at the roadhouse but a campground host is on-site to clean amenities & turn on & off the generator. Campfires are permitted but bring your own wood. The generator which runs from 6ish in the morning until 8ish at night is used not only for power but to pump the water for toilets & showers. So, torches are necessary at night & advisable to shower prior to 8pm. 1 coin operated washing machine available. Long walk to the falls with no shade so wear sturdy shoes & a hat & take plenty of drinking water.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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