Keep River National Park

Located just over the Western Australian border, the scenery in Keep River National Park has much in common with the Kimberley. The rocky terrain around Gurrandalng campground vibrates with the sounds of pied butcherbirds and sandstone strike-thrushes, and it isn’t difficult to spot short-eared rock wallabies. In grassy areas, there are wrens and finches including the sought-after Gouldian finch. Keep River Gorge and Cockatoo Lagoon are drinking holes for waterbirds, but beware of the presence of crocodiles at the latter.

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