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Tunnel Creek National Park

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Leopold Downs Road | King Leopold Ranges, Western Australia 6728, Australia
+61 8 9191 1426
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Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek 4WD Tour from Broome
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Leopold Downs Road | King Leopold Ranges, Western Australia 6728, Australia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Tunnel Creek is one of the best experiences in the Kimberley. Every person needs a strong torch and sandals (not thongs!) that will get wet - you walk through some streams up to 30-40 cm deep. However most of the walk is on sand, so...More

Thank Phileas_001
Reviewed 5 January 2017

My husband and I took our three year old twins through the tunnel. We didn't join a tour group but just did the walk on our own. Thankfully we had excellent head lamps as it was really dark. To be honest, I was a bit...More

1  Thank Heiwey
Reviewed 15 October 2016

As the hideout of famous Aboriginal resistance fighter, Jandamarra, this place seems to have a certain presence. Tunnel Creek is very cool and dark (bring a torch) and you'll probably have to wade through water in places. Can be a bit tricky to climb over...More

2  Thank west0z
Reviewed 13 October 2016

A must visit place. Walk through the tunnel, through parts of the river with small fresh water crocs hiding in the water. It was a very good morning spent here.

1  Thank BryceBeagley
Reviewed 19 September 2016

We did the drive to Tunnel Creek National Park then on to Windjana Gorge where we overnighted (see my other review for Windjana). The cave is a lot of fun, bring a flashlight though and prepare to get a bit wet and most likely you...More

2  Thank JGDynamo
Reviewed 15 September 2016

34 outside a lovely cool 20 inside the tunnel. It is a little bit of a clamber to get over the rock fall at the mouth of the tunnel so wear shoes. Depending on the time of year you will need to walk through water...More

2  Thank Windyhair
Reviewed 11 September 2016 via mobile

Did the drive from Fitzroy Crossing combining it with visit to Windjana Gorge easy to do both on same day. Entrance to cave is not clearly mark, just need to scramble over the rocks until you can stand inside the tunnel cave area, most importantly...More

2  Thank Annie R
Reviewed 4 September 2016 via mobile

Apart from footprints there are none of the tell-tale signs that this is a popular attraction. The entrance to the cave, is over and around fallen rocks that requires a degree of agility that makes it inaccessible to anyone with mobility issues. Once inside, visitors...More

2  Thank Theo C
Reviewed 31 July 2016

this is a 750 metre long, 30 to 40 metre wide cave with a stream running through it. Entrance is a bit of a scramble but once over 20 metres of rocks the rest is easy going. When we went through the water was up...More

2  Thank Kiwitraveling
Reviewed 22 July 2016

This 750m cave system with secret caves has an interesting history as told by our 4WD tour guide Adam, Jandamarra the legendary Aboriginal Freedom fighter who used the tunnel as a hideout in the late 1800's. There is a movie produced in 2011 called Jandamarra's...More

1  Thank Chong-wah
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