Over 2,500 million years of erosion have carved out the unique landscape of Karijini National Park, leaving wonderful waterfalls that cascade into deep rock pools. The further you go into the park the richer the vegetation, and at the end of Fortescue Falls you’ll enter an oasis amid the red rocks.

Fortescue Falls is the park’s permanent waterfall, but there are many others flowing off the jagged gorges which cut so dramatically into the plain.

Make sure you pack your swimming gear as cooling off in the pools and playing in the falls is an experience not to be missed.

Dales Gorge Walk Trail