Dimalurru (Tunnel Creek) National Park

Close to Windjana Gorge, Dimalurru (Tunnel Creek) National Park spans 91 hectares and offers a unique journey through a water-worn tunnel in the ancient limestone of the Napier Range, part of the 350 million-year-old Devonian Reef system. Embark on a 750-meter underground trek, wading through pools and marveling at stalactites while encountering ghost bats and fruit bats.

Located 111 km from Fitzroy Crossing, 184 km from Derby, and 38 km southeast of Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek is best accessed with a four-wheel-drive vehicle. Visit between May and October as the park is closed during the wet season. Enjoy a 1.5-kilometer walk through the tunnel, keeping an eye out for freshwater crocodiles and various bat species. Note that no camping or pets are allowed, and visitors must carry out all rubbish.

Jandamarra’s Hideout:
Delve into history as you explore Western Australia's oldest cave system, famously known as a hideout for the Aboriginal leader Jandamarra during the late 19th century. The cave, witness to historical events, provides a captivating backdrop for those eager to connect with the region's cultural heritage. Learn more about the Lelegend of Jandamarra

Pro Tips: Bring a torch and wear sturdy sneakers. Tours are available from Fitzroy Crossing, or opt for a self-drive adventure.

Leopold Downs Rd, King Leopold Ranges WA 6728
Length: 2km(s) (Is Loop)
Time: less than 1hr
Difficulty: Hard
Gorge Walk
Gibb River Road

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