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Kennedy Range National Park
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08 9941 1146
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Website
www.naturebase.net/national_parks
Address
Gascoyne Junction Road, Carnarvon WA, 6701
 

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The Kennedy Range National Park lies roughly 150 kilometres east of Carnarvon and is surrounded by pastoral leases. The park offers spectacular scenery of gorges and precipitous faces, with a vast plateau of ancient dunefields 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. The National Park is semi developed attracting the more adventurous visitor seeking a wilderness-style experience. However being within an hours drive of Gascoyne Junction, it is also attracting those who want to sample the outback experience, but still feel a little unsure of leaving 'civilization'. Most visitors travel by road from Carnarvon, a distance of about 210 kilometres. Follow the main road north from Gascoyne Junction for 60 kilometres and turn off left along the Kennedy Range National Park Road. Petrol can be obtained at Gascoyne Junction. The developed visitor sites are on the eastern side of the range and can be accessed by the Ullawarra Road north of Gascoyne Junction. Take water and make sure your vehicle is in good sound condition. Avoid walking in the hottest part of the day. The best time to visit the ranges is August through to September when the wildflowers are in full bloom. Contact the Shire at Gascoyne Junction for all information on the area. For further information:- NatureBase website at www.naturebase.net

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    The Kennedy Range National Park lies roughly 150 kilometres east of Carnarvon and is surrounded by pastoral leases. The park offers spectacular scenery of gorges and precipitous faces, with a vast plateau of ancient dunefields 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. The National Park is semi developed attracting the more adventurous visitor seeking a wilderness-style experience. However being within an hours drive of Gascoyne Junction, it is also attracting those who want to sample the outback experience, but still feel a little unsure of leaving 'civilization'. Most visitors travel by road from Carnarvon, a distance of about 210 kilometres. Follow the main road north from Gascoyne Junction for 60 kilometres and turn off left along the Kennedy Range National Park Road. Petrol can be obtained at Gascoyne Junction. The developed visitor sites are on the eastern side of the range and can be accessed by the Ullawarra Road north of Gascoyne Junction. Take water and make sure your vehicle is in good sound condition. Avoid walking in the hottest part of the day. The best time to visit the ranges is August through to September when the wildflowers are in full bloom. Contact the Shire at Gascoyne Junction for all information on the area. For further information:- NatureBase website at www.naturebase.net

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