Kalamina Gorge is the easiest to access and the shallowest of Karijini’s gorges. A five-minute walk takes you down a steep track to the base of the gorge to a small permanent pool, complete with waterfall and draping ferns.
If you follow the trail into Kalamina Gorge, you will be rewarded with a lovely walk downstream, past rock pools and beautiful rock walls. You will smell lemon-scented grass and may see fish in the rock pools. The trail ends at Rock Arch Pool.
With its delightful trail and picnicking area, Kalamina Gorge is a great introduction to the gorge system. There is a small car park with information shelter and toilets.
Take care in the gorges, and leave if it starts to rain as flash flooding can occur.