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Luscious waterhole

If you have time whilst in the area it’s worth a trip to see this luscious waterhole. Along the way... read more

Reviewed 23 April 2018
soretoes
,
Sydney
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A pleasant spot for a swim, picnic or walk.

Close to the Black Elvira river and Sawpit Gorge, this is an excellent spot to swim, picnic, or go... read more

Reviewed 20 May 2017
Stefford
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Halls Creek, Australia
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23 Apr 2018
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Duncan Rd | 41 km east of Halls Creek town, Halls Creek, Western Australia 6770, Australia
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Reviewed 6 July 2018 via mobile

My sister is a local and took us here while we were up in Halls Creek. Gravel road out until the palm springs. Better in a 4wd but not necessary. Great little swimming spot and you can camp on the waters edge too. They have...More

1  Thank Heather H
Reviewed 13 June 2018 via mobile

Amazing. A must. Rub a stone under your armpit then throw it in the river to satisfy the rainbow serpent (dream time story). Amazing vistas. Great photo opportunities. Toilets. Inspiration for local artists which is available at the Art Centre.

1  Thank bugalugze
Reviewed 23 April 2018 via mobile

If you have time whilst in the area it’s worth a trip to see this luscious waterhole. Along the way there are interesting places to explore, including the Old Halls Creek. We swam in the waterhole, it was certainly refreshing on a 40 degree day!

2  Thank soretoes
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

We stopped off for a picnic lunch and the kids went in for a swim in their clothes. There were tiny fish so my husband had a bit of string with a dob of food on it and the kids had fun trying to catch...More

2  Thank Robyn C
Reviewed 29 June 2017

ok so we heard this is a nice spot that has palm trees. we turned up to scary camp site. There was a dirty old run down bus perched up on blocks that seems to have been there for ages with a dog tied to...More

3  Thank dimnjp
Reviewed 20 May 2017

Close to the Black Elvira river and Sawpit Gorge, this is an excellent spot to swim, picnic, or go for a walk or a climb. You may encounter freshwater crocs here, but they are shy and harmless unless you are foolish enough to corner them.

1  Thank Stefford
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