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Karijini National Park

Location: Tom Price, Australia

Stunning in spite of the heavy rain. This is area is wealthy from the mining of the abundant iron ore.

One of the lookouts in the Hancock Gorge.

We climbed to the top of Mount Nameless with distant foggy views of the Pilbara in the Hamersley Range. A challenging climb at times. Watch out for the spinifex shrubs which have vicious spines

The Oxer lookout where the four gorges meet.

The lookout at the Joffre Gorge. Even through the rain the colour of the rich red iron ore shines through.

Kalamina Falls and the natural curved amphitheatre at the bottom.

The Weano Gorge walk

Circular pool

Dales Gorge

The strangler figs

Fortescue Falls

Views of the Gina East Gorge from the Albert Tognolini Rest place, so named after the engineer who built the road through the gorge.

Clinging to the cliff!! Along some of the cliff faces, you can still see the bands of asbestos. Asbestos was heavily mined at one time particularly around the town of Wittenoom which is now closed down for health hazard reasons! You can still visit the ghost town but we thought, better not!



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We climbed to the top of Mount Nameless with distant foggy views of the Pilbara in the Hamersley Range. A challenging climb at times. Watch out for the spinifex shrubs which have vicious spines

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One of the lookouts in the Hancock Gorge.

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The lookout at the Joffre Gorge. Even through the rain the colour of the rich red iron ore shines through.

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The Oxer lookout where the four gorges meet.

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The Weano Gorge walk

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Kalamina Falls and the natural curved amphitheatre at the bottom.

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Dales Gorge

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Circular pool

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Fortescue Falls

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The strangler figs

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Clinging to the cliff!! Along some of the cliff faces, you can still see the bands of asbestos. Asbestos was heavily mined at one time particularly around the town of Wittenoom which is now closed down for health hazard reasons! You can still visit the ghost town but we thought, better not!

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Views of the Gina East Gorge from the Albert Tognolini Rest place, so named after the engineer who built the road through the gorge.