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The gorge is only half a gorge, but if you travel up and down the river you will see the stone sculpured wall on each side of the boat. Calm water, with some explanations by the guide. Very relaxing but not really exiting.
We were spending 7-8 weeks up the top end and in that time you see a lot of gorges but without a doubt this would be my favourite. We stopped at Fitzroy Crossing because this tour of the gorge had been recommended to us. We...More
This place is breathtaking, the cliffs, colours, formations are just amazing and should be at the top of the list to see if you visiting the Kimberley’s. We went for a short stroll to the sand bar before our cruise but didn’t swim although you...More
It was really warm when we arrived at the National Park in the morning. We had limited time so we did the short walk to the gorge which was really pretty but boiling hot as the rocks absorbed heat.
On our way out we found...More
1630hrs trip up Geikie Gorge. Great trip as always but enhanced by being onboard the Ms Casey Ross. (She was a great lady of the Kimberley and a dear friend). Good information from guide. Always well worth visiting.
Fantastic scenery, prettiest colours in the cliffs...probably my favourite of all cliff faces in all four gorge cruises during this Kimberley trip.
Only one negative was the skipper of the cruise who mumbled his way through what would have been an interesting commentary and simply...More
We took both a walk alongside the gorge (very sandy) and the boat cruise. Both give a very different perspective. The boat trip enables you to get close the the unique and unusual rock formations and at 1 hour is not too long for folks...More
So, you arrive. You may do a tour of the gorge by boat if you wish or if you go to the boat ramp and follow the track to the left be rewarded with great views "for the right price". Take some water and wear...More
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I would personally drive out to the gorge. it is only a short drive from the 2 accommodation places. this way you can go on river cruise and also do walk around the gorge. just remember to lock vehicles and not leave any... More
I would personally drive out to the gorge. it is only a short drive from the 2 accommodation places. this way you can go on river cruise and also do walk around the gorge. just remember to lock vehicles and not leave any belongs in sight. (as with any location you travel to) :) also be sure to take some food ande plenty of water with you as it is still quite warm in the days.