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Dalmanyi Falls RLF32489

The magnificent Wunaamin Conservation Park lies on the land of the Wilinggin people and spans a vast area situated north of the Gibb River Road. Formerly known as the King Leopold Ranges Conservation Park, this breathtakingly beautiful landscape encompasses the Napier Range's limestone Devonian reef and the 560-million-year-old Wunaamin Miliwundi ranges to the west. On the east, it stretches across the Durack, Saw, and Cockburn ranges.

In this park, you can experience the wonders of the Kimberley region, explore dramatic escarpments, and marvel at the spectacular waterfalls. The most impressive of these is the Dalmanyi, also known as Bell Gorge. Additionally, you can take a bushwalk through the iconic Kimberley landscape, where you'll see impressive sandstone cliffs, fascinating boab trees, and stunning waterholes.
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The magnificent Wunaamin Conservation Park lies on the land of the Wilinggin people and spans a vast area situated north of the Gibb River Road. Formerly known as the King Leopold Ranges Conservation Park, this breathtakingly beautiful landscape encompasses the Napier Range's limestone Devonian reef and the 560-million-year-old Wunaamin Miliwundi ranges to the west. On the east, it stretches across the Durack, Saw, and Cockburn ranges. <br />
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In this park, you can experience the wonders of the Kimberley region, explore dramatic escarpments, and marvel at the spectacular waterfalls. The most impressive of these is the Dalmanyi, also known as Bell Gorge. Additionally, you can take a bushwalk through the iconic Kimberley landscape, where you'll see impressive sandstone cliffs, fascinating boab trees, and stunning waterholes.