Caranbirini Conservation Reserve

Caranbirini Conservation Reserve

Caranbirini Conservation Reserve
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Duststorm2000
Greater Adelaide, Australia39 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020
This may be the best, virtually and actually, a hidden treasure in Australia. You are able to walk directly into the "lost city" and you may be the only person there. There are two different walks to the "lost city". I suggest taking the shorter track if you are with small children and make sure to have plenty of water and good footwear (not sneakers) if you are taking the long walk. The Caranbirini Conservation Park is one of the 12 best sites to visit in Australia and comes in my opinion before the 12 apostles in Victoria.
Written 7 October 2020
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Joan
Alice Springs, Australia280 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
July 2019
A heap of rocks just off of the sealed Borroloola road.
Sometimes mistaken for the "lost city" in that area.Stunning early morning or late afternoon if a photographer. The walks are pleasant and reasonably easy. Can get warm on a hot day so water and a bit more water if not used to heat. If traveling past, well worth a stop for an hour or so.
Written 20 August 2019
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Bryan115
Melbourne, Australia107 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2018 • Solo
Stunning. Visited last weekend from Borroloola with a work mate and returned again today by myself.
Walked to the lookout on the Jagududgu walk which I thought was ok.
The bird hide at the waterhole was very pleasant with lots of water lilies. Saw plenty of Archer fish and a small water monitor, about half a metre long.
The highlight for me though was the Barrawulla walk through the Lost City formation. A 2km walk which took me just over an hour at a very leisurely pace plus stopping to take photos.
The first few hundred metres of the walk I had no idea of the stunning Lost City that lay ahead and before I knew it, I felt like I was in another world. Had the place to myself which was even better.
If passing, do yourself, your a family a favour and pop in. It would be great for kids too.
Dramatic, peaceful, beautiful.
Written 23 September 2018
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Sue C
Sydney, Australia280 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2017 • Couples
A great place to visit for no free but go early before it gets too hot. Take water and sturdy shoes. The 2 km loop is easy walking and well worth doing as it winds through the rock formations called organ pipes. Great photographic opportunities which is probably why 2 hours is recommended. The lookout and bird hide are also an easy walk from the car park. Plenty of birds visitng the water. There is a longer walk of 3 hours but it was already getting warm by about 11am so skipped it.
Written 8 September 2017
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Ashley K
Lapu Lapu, Philippines1,248 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015 • Solo
I am really delighted to be able to get this reveiw of Caranbirini Park listed, because its a unique place that I know you will enjoy. There are short and long Tracks for you to enjoy and the delights of this place just abound.
Written 30 June 2016
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