Drysdale River National Park

About 150 km west of Wyndham and 100 km south of Kalumburu. Drysdale River National Park covers an area of 448 264 hectares in the far-north wilderness of Western Australia. It features open woodlands, the broad waters of the Drysdale River, pools, creeks and rugged cliffs and gorges. There are major waterfalls at Morgan Falls and Solea Falls and many smaller falls elsewhere. There are no visitor facilities and no marked walk trails within the park. The wilderness value of the park offers superb opportunities for bushwalking and nature observation. An alternative way to see the park is by air, and a number of tours incorporating flights over the Drysdale River area are available from Kununurra and Wyndham.

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