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KENNEDY RANGE NATIONAL PARK

The Kennedy Range and the National Park with the same name is some 150 kilometres East of Carnarvon. It is close to the Gascoyne River and the Lyons River. From Gascoyne Junction, where the two rivers meet, the Kennedy Range extends to over 150 kilometres to the North. Only a small part is accessible. There is evidence of Aboriginal presence, going as far back as 20000 years and European explorers came to the area some 150 years ago. Moreover it is a place of stunning natural beauty without crowds!

  • Camping
  • Sunrise View
  • Sunrise View
  • Dirt road
  • Colourful cliffs
  • Panorama
  • Sandstone
  • Honeycomb Gorge
  • Honeycomb Gorge
  • Honeycomb Gorge
  • Honeycomb Gorge
  • Honeycomb Gorge
  • Honeycomb Gorge
  • Honeycomb Gorge
  • Sandstone cliff
  • Sandstone cliff
  • Sandstone cliff
  • Cotton Bush (Ptilotus Obovatus)
  • Cotton Bush (Ptilotus Obovatus)
  • Cotton Bush (Ptilotus Obovatus)
  • Cotton Bush (Ptilotus Obovatus)
  • Drapers Gorge
  • Drapers Gorge
  • Drapers Gorge
  • Drapers Gorge
  • Drapers Gorge
  • Blistered Grasshopper (Monistria pustulifera)
  • Blistered Grasshopper (Monistria pustulifera)
  • Temple Gorge
  • Temple Gorge
  • Temple Gorge
  • Temple Gorge
  • Temple Gorge
  • Dry creekbed
  • Golden Orb Weaver Spider (Nephila edulis)
  • Golden Orb Weaver Spider (Nephila edulis)
  • Golden Orb Weaver Spider (Nephila edulis)
  • Temple Gorge
  • Temple Gorge
  • Temple Gorge
  • Temple Gorge
  • Temple Gorge
  • Temple Gorge
  • Kennedy Range National Park
  • Kennedy Range National Park
  • Kennedy Range National Park
  • Kennedy Range
  • Early morning light
  • Kennedy Range National Park
  • Kennedy Range National Park
  • Kennedy Range National Park
  • Kennedy Range National Park
  • Kennedy Range
  • Panorama
  • Kennedy Range
  • Kennedy Range
  • Kennedy Range National Park
  • Kennedy Range National Park