Rugged and remote Dimond Gorge sits amidst the Kimberley outback near Mornington Wilderness Camp.
Here, you can go bushwalking, swimming, canoeing and bird watching.
You’ll be amazed by the rich colours of the 30 metre-high cliff walls and abundant wildlife.
The 40 kilometre gorge was carved out by the mighty Fitzroy River which cuts through the King Leopold Range.
Tucked away at the end of the Dimond Gorge is a beautiful waterfall.
Mornington Wilderness Camp offers guided canoe tours to the gorge.
The camp has been established to provide a refuge for the diverse range of wildlife that exists there.
Accommodation-wise there are delightful safari tents available or you can camp alongside Anna Creek.
Dimond Gorge is a 40 minute drive from the camp.
Mornington Wilderness Camp is about 100 kilometres off the Gibb River Road, 347 kilometres north-east of Derby.