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From the parking area a short walk to the first pond. In the middle of this pool is a rock. The information was that you need to wade to the rock and behind the rock to the other side. However, near the rock is was...More
To reach the gorge you have to swim across the river before hiking the rest of the way. It is worth the effort - we were the first (and only) visitors in the morning around 7:30 a.m.
The campground at the start of the hike...More
There are many gorges along the Gibb River Road and this is not the best one.
It is a long walk from the camp and the fond memories that you might have had are forgotten after the long slog back to the camp.
Worst place I’ve stayed at in 4 months travelling.
Very expensive and only 3 toilets and 3 showers for very busy campground. There were approximately 300 campers. The generator is turned off at approx 8pm. So toilets in darkness and cold showers. Que was huge...More
Manning Gorge is an absolute must on any Gibb River Road trip. My partner and I stayed 2 nights at the Manning Gorge Campground which is located about 7km from the Gibb River Rd. Bookings and payment are made at the Mt Barnett Roadhouse before...More
The campground is basic, but had everything we needed. After a hot day it was good to plonk in the waterhole. Got up at dawn the next day to walk to Manning Gorge. A highlight of the Gibb River road. Nothing like wading through a...More
We stayed overnight at the campground - try and get a pitch on the edge and enjoy the wilderness - and made an early morning start to the Gorge. Fun crossing of the creek on a push-you-pull-me leaky boat, then a nice walk. Even early...More
Lovely stay mt Barnett caravan park had to swim across manning river to get to the start of the walk 3.5km very rocky and tiring but worth seeing the manning water fall had a swim glorious day loved every second of it
The Gorge is pretty but you are not told you have to cross a deep creek to commence the walk which is otherwise an easy stroll But the camp is a disgrace totally feral up to 600 people in peak season with only 3 toilets...More