Karijini National Park is one of the largest jewels in Western Australia’s crown land. Its iron-rich red gorges, waterfalls, crystal clear water and bushland date back millions of years.
Karijini is the second largest national park in the state, set within the Hamersley Range, 1,400 km north of Perth. The rugged landscape varies from the massive Mount Bruce to vast plateaus. But it’s the incredible deep gorges that sees 10,000 people a year travel there to experience.