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I have been to Gorges in the NT and this is as good or better. We walked along the bed of the gorge and were mesmerised by the beauty of the colours and rocks, we both ran out camera space as we took so many...More
This is not a walk for those who are not steady on their feet... As others have said, the first km or so of the walk is on dry river pebbles at the base of the gorge - the white pebbles contrasting with the red...More
Parked up and it was pretty busy. Walked down first and walked up the dry river bed which was pebbles and more pebbles. Was pretty warm in here so remember your water. Started the climbs and some were abit tiring. Lots of ups and downs...More
Having been to Shot Hole and Charles Knife canyons, I rate Mandu Mandu Gorge as the best hike of the three. You begin by walking through the dry riverbed next to the limestone cliffs. Be ready to spot rock wallabies and the vegetation that clings...More
Similar to Yardie Creek but with no water. I've never walked on a riverbed of white pebbles before so this was a first for me. They contrasted beautifully with the red rocks. Once you climb up out of the riverbed you soon realise why it's...More
This is certainly a level 4 hiking trail. Rough underfoot walking on dry creek bed of round pebbles/stones. Some very steep ascent and descent. But view from the top is beautiful. For the fit it would take 1 hour.
A challenging but rewarding walk close to the North Mandu turn off. Great views of the reef from the top of the Gorge. Best to go early morning before it gets too hot. Take plenty of water and wear good walking shoes and plenty of...More