Silent Grove campsite is well placed to explore the stunning Bells Gorge, one of several spectacular gorges in the King Leopold Ranges Conservation Park. Explore the gorge on foot making your way down to the beautiful swimming hole and waterfall.
Keep an eye out for the many rare plants and birds that have made this park their home. Watch the sunset over the magnificent King Leopold Ranges before driving back to the campground to camp out under the stars. Camping is only available during the dry season between April and November.
The conservation park is a four wheel drive enthusiast’s dream with some of the most inaccessible country in Australia. The four-wheel drive track out to the campground and on to the gorge is only suitable for experienced four-wheel drivers with appropriate safety and communications equipment on board. The walk down to the waterfall requires sturdy shoes and a good degree of agility.
King Leopold Ranges Conservation Park is 3 hours drive east of Derby along the famous Gibb River Road. Derby is just over 2 hours east of Broome, which is well serviced with daily flights to and from Perth, taking just 2.5 hours.
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