Geikie Gorge National Park
In this park you can explore the spectacular gorge cut by the Fitzroy River on a Darngku Heritage cruise conducted by the Banuba people. As well as cruising the placid waters surrounded by 30-metre-high weathered cliffs, you will hear Indigenous stories of the area, look for bushfoods, probably see an archerfish or two and have lunch beside the Fitzroy River. You need to book this tour at the Fitzroy Crossing Visitor Centre. The Department of Envronment and Conservation (DEC) also run an hour-long cruise in the gorge on a first-come basis.
DEC Geikie Gorge; (08) 9191 5112
- Darngku Heritage Cruises - Fitzroy Crossing, Recreational Indigenous, Recreational Indigenous
- Geikie Gorge National Park, Kimberley, National park