Dalmanyi (Bell Gorge)

Nestled in the Wunaamin Conservation Park in the Kimberley, the breathtaking Dalmanyi (Bell Gorge) is a must-visit destination along the Gibb River Road, between Derby and Kununurra. After the wet season, the Wunaamin Miliwundi Ranges unleash a torrent of water, creating mesmerising cascades. Even in the dry season, tourists flock to witness the stunning waterfalls.

Embark on an adventure along the Grade 4 marked trail from the car park, leading through a dry river bed to the top of the Dalmanyi waterfall. Here, you'll be rewarded with spectacular views and the chance to cool off in the inviting waters. For a more challenging trek, continue on the Grade 5 Dalmanyi Falls Trail, requiring three points of contact, leading to the base of the falls—a deep pool nestled amid majestic sandstone walls.

Don't forget your camera to capture the beauty of Dalmanyi (Bell Gorge), renowned for its picturesque scenery shaped over millions of years. Camping is available nearby at Dulundi (Silent Grove) campsite, offering a pristine wilderness experience. Please note that camping is not permitted at Dalmanyi (Bell Gorge) itself, preserving its natural splendor for all to enjoy.

Points of Interest

Top of the Gorge

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