Mirima National Park
Mirima National Park
4.5
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rob27898
Port Kennedy, Australia389 contributions
Nov 2023 • Couples
It’s November so it’s very very warm - some would say too hot to walk around and it probably is, but we’re only here once.

We smashed the purple and green walks much quicker than the interp suggested and look lots of photos. Even with nearby bush fire-haze, the views were great.

We had left it too late in the day to do the black 2.5 hour walk so just ‘nipped’ up the bank to see the hand paintings. Impressive works of art but difficult to go back down the route. But not impossible. That’s why they say the route is one way!

My only grumble would be the £17 a day car parking charge which is managed through an ‘honesty box’ (that takes card!).
It’s a-bit steep in my opinion given what other NPs charge and finally, put a barrier on to make everyone pay - surely that’s fair?
Written 5 November 2023
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cospeter64
Albion Park Rail, Australia23 contributions
Aug 2023 • Couples
These are referred to as the mini bungles and are well worth making the effort to do the walks that are there
Written 2 September 2023
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j0annr0se
Canberra, Australia21 contributions
July 2023 • Friends
This tiny national park is amazing! The walks (although not always well signposted) lead you to some lovely lookouts, some indigenous art and the most beautiful scenery. It's small, but stunning.
Written 7 July 2023
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Paul Stevens
14 contributions
June 2023 • Couples
Fantastic national park right behind Hidden Valley caravan park. We spent the whole afternoon exploring. A real gem of a place and if you are in the area I would recommend doing the walks.
Written 5 July 2023
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Peta
Perth, Australia140 contributions
June 2023 • Solo
Different levels of walks, some with metal pathways for less able, up to more complex shale, broken stone walks. Easy yo get to quite close to town In Kununurra. Gorgeous shadows at set, late afternoon. Take hat, water, walking shoes.
Written 24 June 2023
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Karen
11 contributions
June 2023 • Couples
This is an amazing find so close to town. Facilities are clean and they also have a bbq and tables under shade cover. All walks are well sign posted and there is also a section suitable for disabled people which is fantastic. Commonly referred to as The little Bungle Bungles . Well worth a trip out to the National Park
Written 14 June 2023
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MargPanda
Western Australia, Australia18 contributions
Oct 2022
Just on the edge of town, easy to get to. A few smaller walk trails that provided lovely scenery and interesting rock formations. Suggest do early in the day to avoid the heat. Very lovely.
Written 25 October 2022
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Wayne G
Perth, Australia192 contributions
Oct 2022
We hiked this gorge every second day. It does get hot and you need sturdy shoes and water. It takes just over an hour if you has a reasonable degree of fitness. Spectacular ancient rock art. It's so serene you feel as though the last people on the planet.
Written 17 October 2022
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Raelene A
10 contributions
Sept 2022 • Solo
Amazing hike. And not too difficult. Serene landscape and a beautiful place to spend some time. Definitely worth a visit. The gorges offer a little shelter from the heat. Avoid the middle of the day but don’t go too close to sunrise or sunset of be bitten by insects.
Written 21 September 2022
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Aug 2022
Did sunrise at the park and it was beautiful. Well worth the effort of getting up so early.
There are toilets, shelters, bbqs and seats. Two lookouts, a base walk and a plateau walk.
Written 25 August 2022
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