Book Tom Price Accommodation

Karijini National Park is Western Australia’s second largest national park and one of the most spectacular sights in the Pilbara.

One of Karijini National Park’s big attractions is that its scenery is so accessible: you can literally pull into a car park, walk 50 metres and peer into a 100-metre canyon to see waterfalls and emerald coloured rock pools.

The park has a system of excellent walking trails that suit everyone from the beginner to the adventurous. Choose your route and be ready to explore deep into subterranean gorges and through waterfalls where you can swim in the park’s sparkling rock pools.

It’s a park packed with adventures: explore the serpentine tunnels of marbled rock, clamber over boulders and squeeze through narrow tunnels, inch your way along ledges, paddle through hidden waterways and descend deep into chasms which have been eroded into the landscape over two billion years.

When you are wanting to take a break you’ve a choice of excellent picnic areas as well as allocated camping sites if you want to stay longer and discover more. (visitor and camping fees apply)