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A beautiful wide gorge formed by the Lennard River and bounded by high vertical limestone cliffs. The river has many areas of sandy beach next to the river. I visited in May, not long after the end of the rainy season so there was plenty...More
An amazing place. It's like stepping back in time, being in a Gorge that was once o reef surrounded by crocodile that look prehistoric and so much wildlife. Well worth the rather long drive to get here.
We had already visited many beautiful gorges along the Gibb River Road but still found this one well worth the visit. The camp site was a relaxing place to stop with a short walk to the gorge entrance. The gorge itself was inspiring but the...More
This was the easiest walk into a gorge we did, anyone could do it. It was very peaceful in there. Lots of freshwater crocs to see. And quite a lot of birdlife.
We camped there for one night. Camp ground was very quiet (August 2013)....More
As some other reviewers have commented, Windjana Gorge is a bit different to the other gorges, which makes it well worth a visit. It's a relaxing walk along the river and you get to see (and get very close to) many freshwater crocs. We arrived...More
This was a great place to visit - we did it on a tour out of Derby. Different to other gorges being on the river and having to go through an opening to get to it. So many freshwater crocodiles both babies and adults really...More
It's easy to get "gorged out" in this part of Australia, but this gorge is definitely worth a stop for even the most jaded visitor. Very unique features, and seeing all of the freshwater crocs sunning themselves was a real bonus.