Tunnel Creek

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Tunnel Creek National Park is located within the King Leopold Ranges of Western Australia.

It is one of many great stops on the Gibb River Road and is an experience on its own as it is Western Australia’s oldest cave system.

Tunnel Creek is the major feature which flows through a natural cave. Tunnel Creek was created as a result of the Devonian Reef system 350 million years ago. This spectacular cave is full of fresh water pools and astounding formations. A section of the cave ceiling collapsed which allows light to dance across the stalagmites and stalactites.



Visitors are able to wade through the water to explore a section of the caves.

Our Kimberley tours ensure that this historical site is not missed. The Aboriginals have created many rock paintings which have existed for thousands of years. The Tunnel Creek was also used as a hideout for Jandamarra, an Aboriginal warrior.

Our tours not only feature the history of the national park but also the extensive flora and fauna which make it their home today.

 

 

 



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