Temple Gorge camping area

Camper trailer Camping fee Caravan access No dogs/pets No rubbish disposal Toilets Vehicle-based camping Hiking trails Lookout Walking trails

Temple Gorge camping area is 12 km west of Ullawarra Rd, 60 km north of Gascoyne Junction. The camping area has minimal facilities and is best suited for self-sufficient campers. Enjoy bushwalking and hiking to take in the spectacular scenery of this remote outback area. Bring firewood or preferably a gas/fuel stove, plus plenty of drinking water.


Who to contact: DEC Carnarvon (08) 9941 3754 Road conditions: Shire of Upper Gascoyne (08) 9943 0988

This campsite is located in Kennedy Range National Park

Just north of Gascoyne Junction, in the harsh and unforgiving interior of the state’s north-west, lie the spectacular sandstone battlements of the Kennedy Range, beckoning visitors to explore and discover its natural attractions. This huge mesa, pushed up from an ancient seabed, has dominated the surrounding plains for millions of years. The park offers spectacular scenery of gorges and precipitous cliff faces, with a vast plateau of ancient dune fields on top of the range. The area still retains a wilderness feeling, and camping beneath the stark sandstone cliffs is an experience not to be missed.

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