See stunning gorges and camp out under the stars at King Leopold Range National Park off the Gibb River Road in Western Australia’s Kimberley region.
Here you can explore Bell and Lennard Gorges which are among the most magnificent gorges in the Kimberley.
The folded rock formations of these and other gorges were millions of years in the making.
King Leopold Range Conservation Park is some of the most inaccessible country in Australia and ideal for a four wheel driving outback adventure.
The park covers nearly 400,000 hectares of sandstone mountains, palm groves and huge granite outcrops.
It includes the formidable King Leopold Range, which reach almost 1,000 metres in height.
The range was named in the late 1800s after a Belgium king.
King Leopold Range Conservation Park is home to rare plant and animal species and is a haven for birds.
You can camp at Bell Creek or at Silent Grove. Mt Hart Wilderness Lodge is within the conservation park and has camping facilities as well as catered accommodation.
Access to King Leopold Range Conservation Park is from the Gibb River Road east of Derby.
Camping in Western Australia’s natural areas is a special experience.
Birdwatching Camping Carpark Coach Parking Four Wheel Driving Hiking Nature & Wildlife Picnic Area Swimming Walk Walks
Vehicle with up to 12 occupants: AUD13 per vehicle and Concession Fee of AUD7 per vehicle. Vehicle with more than 12 occupants but not on a commercial tour: AUD6 per occupant (6 years or older) and Concession Fee of AUD2 per occupant. Motorcycle: AUD7 per motorcycle.