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Camped here for 3 nights and loved every minute. The landscape is stunning and so rugged. We did all the walks and even saw Dawson's Burrowing Bees as they do their work July-September. Amazing things they are and interesting to watch. The gorges here are...More
I liked the seclusion, the camp site, the walks and views from the escarpment and of course the sunrises with the fantastic flash of colour off the rocks. We met great like minded people out there. The dirt road in was fine but expect dust...More
Firstly, the hosts Andy and Debbie has a wealth of knowledge about the area and other parks in WA.
Made me feel welcome and shared stories, the only thing better is if we were related..
The Park itself has amazing colours, particular during Sunrise and...More
Really enjoyed our stay here and was very welcoming to arrive at the time the camp host was lighting the evening fire. It is always nice to chat to other fellow travellers and having a fire pit really helps people socialize. Would recommend
Reaching Kennedy Range Park is not that easy. You have to drive through the red center from Carnarvon during roughly 3 hours ( the road is pretty beautiful by the way )
and take a turnoff to get to the park during 1 hour on...More
So glad we went. With 3 kids 13, 11 and 9 we enjoyed two nights and one full day. Arrived on Friday 4.30 a little worried we left it too late, camp host were great and plenty of camping spots available. Only thing supplied was...More
Well worth a visit, one of our favourite national parks in Western Australia. The campsite is located at the base of the escarpment with beautiful views and it is clean and well maintained, though due to the climate and landscape there isn't heaps of shade....More
We visited Kennedy Range yesterday. We left our van at the Gascoyne junction Pub & Tourist Park, and only took our 4WD . Gravel roads are excellent. Scenery is typical central Australia with red bull dust. Arrival at the National park, the whole plateau has...More
My advice ,stay in Gascoyne more comfortable all amenities on hand ranges can be visited close by early ,in the morning or later in the afternoon.one other tip be ware sometimes when this area gets normal winter rain fall... More
My advice ,stay in Gascoyne more comfortable all amenities on hand ranges can be visited close by early ,in the morning or later in the afternoon.one other tip be ware sometimes when this area gets normal winter rain fall, some roads do close.the month of may also is a good time to visit . Hope I have been of some help. All the best.
Response from micknor51 | Reviewed this property |
As long as the Gascoyne River is not in flood and the roads are open (check this at the Tourist Information Office in Gascoyne Junction) then it is a worthwhile trip. You will need all of your own supples and you own water... More
As long as the Gascoyne River is not in flood and the roads are open (check this at the Tourist Information Office in Gascoyne Junction) then it is a worthwhile trip. You will need all of your own supples and you own water. The campground only has a communal fireplace and drop toilets in a beautiful setting.
It may be a bit warm in March. May to September would be cooler and a bit busier.
We visted in September 2015 and there were around 15 to 20 campsites occupied at $7.50 a head per night, very reasonable.
Get up early one morning to view the sunrise as it light The Kennedy range, a spectacular sight.
Have a good trip