Other Gorges & Parks

Mt Hart Wilderness Lodge

Mt Hart Wilderness Lodge and Campground is part of the Wunaamin Conservation Park.

The turnoff is located 240km north of Derby along the Gibb River Rd, with another 50kms travel along the Mt Hart Road. Shady riverside camping facilities and overnight homestead accommodation stays will enable guests to access Mt Mathew, the Barker River and other billabongs.

Mt Hart is situated in 10 acres of beautiful gardens, alongside the Barker River where fauna and flora abound amidst peace and serenity.

There is a licensed bar, diesel only is available for purchase, there are no powered sites and pre-booked meals are available at the homestead for campers.

Lennard Gorge

190 kms from Derby 8 kms off Gibb River Road.

The road to this gorge is for experienced 4 Wheel Drivers only. The gorge has a spectacular waterfall early in the Dry. The narrow, deep canyons are features all the year around. It can be a hazardous gorge and extreme care should be taken when exploring and climbing.


Camping is not allowed at Lennard Gorge (nearest campgrounds are at Baandilngan (Windjana Gorge), Dulundi (Silent Grove) or Mt Hart

Dalmanyi Gorge

214 kms along the Gibb River Road from Derby, 29kms off the Gibb River Road.

Dalmanyi has managed Campsites at Dulundi Silent Grove (19kms from the Gibb River Road). Dalmanyi is one of the most attractive in the West Kimberley and is worth more than an overnight stay. Boab trees line Bell Creek, which cascades through a series of falls through deep gorges. Rock climbing and walking rewards the visitor with spectacular views.

Dry Season Only (Late April to October dependent on weather conditions)
Dulundi – flushing toilets and showers.
Camping Fees apply – these can be booked online at the Parks and Wildlife webpage or paid at the registration station at the entry to the park. Please note there are no eftpos facilities available. Rangers are present  April to October dependent on weather conditions

Dimond Gorge & Sir John Gorge – Mornington Wilderness Camp

247kms along the Gibb River Road from Derby and 92 kms off the Gibb River Road.

Turn off at Mount House station and travel in a southwesterly direction to enjoy these two magnificent gorges on Mornington Station. You can canoe, bird watch and explore the upper reaches of the Fitzroy River. Mornington Wilderness Camp is under the management of Australian Wildlife Conservancy, dedicated to conservation.

Managed campsite or tented accommodation available all with hot showers and flushing toilets.  Restaurant.
Canoes for hire and day trips from the camp can be arranged.
Bookings essential – please visit Mornington Wilderness Camp

Adcock Gorge

Adcock Gorge is a picturesque gorge and swimming spot on Mt House station, approximately 5 kilometres off the Gibb River Road. The driving track is 4WD only.

Galvans Gorge

286kms from Derby.

A delightful spot where you can break your journey for a few hours and explore these waterholes in the Phillips Range. Day use site only. It is requested that visitors camp where toilet facilities are provided eg. Manning Gorge /Mt Barnett or Dulundi (Silent Grove).

Manning Gorge & Manning Falls

306 kms NE of Derby.

The Kupungari Aboriginal Community welcomes visitors to Manning Gorge and maintains the camping area. Camping is adjacent the tranquil pools of the lower Manning. A bush walk takes you to the upper Manning and Manning Falls. The falls are at their best early in the season (May-July). Take time to explore, view Aboriginal Rock art and swim in the pools near the falls. The bush walk is poorly marked and care should be taken.

Fully equipped store and roadhouse at Mount Barnett with some accommodation available. Camp fees payable at Mount Barnett Roadhouse

Flushing toilets & Showers available at campgrounds.

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