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Karijini National Park

Located about 90 km from the township of Tom Price in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, it is the second largest national park in Western Australia. With its beautiful gorges, crystal clear natural pools and gurgling waterfalls, it is a “must visit” for anyone travelling through the region. The ideal time to visit the park is late autumn, winter and early spring. Winter days are warm and clear, but nights are cold and can at times even be frosty. The park was formed over hundreds of millions of years by iron rich deposits that were transformed into layers and layers of sediments by pressure. The gorges were formed by water streaming through the rocks. The rock holes and pools offer a welcome cooling during any of the numerous walks that are possible throughout the park. Circular Pool, Dales Gorge, Fern Pool and Hancock Gorge are just a few of the many spots worth a visit – Discover it for yourself!