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Bell Gorge is absolutely stunning and a must visit on the Gibb. Bell Gorge is 29km off the Gibb with the campground only 10km from the gorge. We camped for one night at Bell Gorge and drove the 10km from the campground. The campground is...More
Bell Gorge was so lovely. For all of these walks you need to make sure that you have the right shoes, dress appropriately, sun screen and plenty of water. Having said that, this is not a difficult walk and you are rewarded with a beautiful...More
Travelled to Bell Gorge with our tour group and enjoyed stunning views of the surrounding cliffs. We hiked over the top and down to a lower pool where we swam in cool clear water beneath a cascading waterfall. There was plenty of photo opportunities with...More
Another beautiful gorge of WA. Best to go in the morning or late afternoon. The walk is 2km over rocks, which radiates the WA 40' heat.
Make sure you swim, it's not too much further on the track and the better view is down the...More
Carpark and toilets at the beginning of the walk to the waterfall, from memory 20 minute walk over easy terrain to the top of the waterfall, which has a couple of beautiful pools. If you are keen you can cross the river and work your...More
Our 3rd day at the Kimberly. The campsite is about 30 min from the Gibb rd (4WD with high clearance) and another 15Km to the Gorge walk. This place was more busy than Windjana and the facility is similar, basic showers and toilets and no...More
We were lucky there was still a water flowing on it. One of the most beautiful gorge i have been visiting in Kimberly. Be careful on the climb down section, you need to give extra attention on what you gonna step and hold as some...More
The road in is a bit corrugated and has a lot of loose stones along the way but to drive it is great with all the twists and turns and a couple do creek crossings to liven up a bit more. The gorge itself was...More
We weren't going to visit Bell Gorge on our journey along the Gibb River Road, as we assumed there would not be water flowing in the falls (late Sept).
We were told by the tourist info staff in Broome that water was flowing, so we...More