Visit the ruins of a homestead constructed from local limestone in 1884 for the King Sound Pastoral Company.

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Savannah Walk Trail, Bandiln͟gan (Windjana Gorge) National Park

Bush Walk
1.4 kilometres

The Savannah Walk is an easy well-marked 1.4km loop trail. While most visitors head straight for the gorge, it’s worth doing this trail to get a fascinating insight into the savannah habitat. The walk starts and ends at the campground, which boasts flushing toilets and showers. There is informative interpretive signage along the way.

Time Walk

Bush Walk
2 kilometres

Time Walk, is an easy but spectacular two kilometre return bush walk through Windjana Gorge in the far north of Western Australia. Discover a devonian reef gorge system which is unlike any other in the Kimberley, and keep an eye out for fresh water crocodiles and flocks of corellas.

Gorge Walk

Bush Walk
8 kilometres

The Gorge Trail follows the long languid pools and sandy riverbed of the Lennard River. It is one of the best locations to see numerous freshwater crocodiles sunning themselves on the sandy riverbed. The river cuts through the Napier Range, where the ancient Devonian Reef is clearly evident.  This 8km return trail is undulating and sandy in parts.



Bandiln͟gan (Windjana Gorge) Campground

This campground located near the imposing walls of Windjana Gorge has tent and caravan sites.

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