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This was an amazing drive with incredible landscape, stone formations, caves, trees and creeks. I would recommend to anybody to do this 13 km drive (only with a 4WD though). You will have an awesome time.
Very hot when we went early Jan, however well worth it.
Definatley a high clearance car is needed but not necessarily a 4wd you basically drive through the same stuff that's in the floodways.
Would highly recommend, but take sunscreen, water and good...More
One of the best canyons near to the WA coast, with very few visitors, so its very quiet so that you can enjoy the trip through to the canyon end. Plenty of rock formations to see and many opportunities to go walking. Although 4x4 is...More
Thanks to Exmouth Safari Tours, Dave (a surveyor turned guide) explained the extensive geological formations and history - really old and clear too see in the layers. The WW2 history (thus the name) is fascinating. See also the memorial to the members of the famous...More
It’s that kind of place as you drive along the floor of the canyon. Caves up on the sides, rock formations carved out by wind and water, wild flowers in spring. Not far from the Frank Knife Canyon and similar but where FK views are...More
The drive alone was enjoyable.
The view at the end was a little limited as the higher part of the walk track was closed, however it was still a great trip.
Such beautiful and unexpected countryside in this area.
Signs say 4WD essential. Easily done in a AWD and would be OK in 2WD so long as you have a bit of ground clearance. Exmouth is well knwon for beaches, reef, Whale Sharks, Manta Rays etc so get out and see some of our...More