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Tunnel Creek National Park

Leopold Downs Road | King Leopold Ranges, Western Australia 6728, Australia
+61 8 9191 1426
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Leopold Downs Road | King Leopold Ranges, Western Australia 6728, Australia
+61 8 9191 1426
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Reviewed 4 October 2017

Fascinating site to visit, supurbly guided by Ross from Kimberly Wild Tours, difficult entry over rocks, walking in water which was about knee deep, spotting freshwater crocs in the water, fish swimming round ones legs, two different species of bats, stalactite tumbling down and stalactites...More

Thank 20Judith
Reviewed 30 September 2017

We went on our trip to Tunnel Creek and I had no idea what to expect other than walking through water up to about knee high. This was a really different and interesting experience which I think you shouldn't miss if you are visiting the...More

Thank AussieTripper100
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

No visitor to the Kimberley region should ever miss this extraordinary geological wonder. We were amazed as we walked through time and experienced the beauty of this place.

Thank Brian C
Reviewed 27 August 2017

Wow! What an amazing tourist attraction. I was quite apprehensive entering the Tunnel as I don't like dark enclosures or bats, but with our torches and walking shoes ( wear old ones )and a fantastic guide , once in, I felt quite ok. The bats...More

Thank Grannyr2016
Reviewed 15 August 2017 via mobile

I'm going to say it - I truly was terrified at the thought of walking through a pitch black tunnel in knee deep water with crocodiles-who wouldn't it sounds crazy! However these crocs are "only" freshies I've been told who are only going to trouble...More

Thank Chrissie H
Reviewed 9 August 2017

Wow what a sight. Beautiful but a bit scary. Make sure you have a good torch and good walking shoes. There is a fresh water crocodile living in the water that you walk through. It was lovely inside the tunnel, small bats too. Don't miss...More

Thank Anne M
Reviewed 3 August 2017 via mobile

Got out here on a tour with Kimberly Wild. It's a long trip from Broome but fascinating and changing landscape. The Tunnel is amazing to walk through - watch out for docile small fresh water crocs (not dangerous) inside and Goannas at each end of...More

Thank Andrew G
Reviewed 27 July 2017

This area was the site of a late 1800's Aboriginal rebellion when Europeans came to "settle" the area. The limestone rock provided for tunnels. The tunnels were used as hiding places. One of these tunnels extends 3/4 km through the mountain. It is dark except...More

Thank Les W
Reviewed 19 July 2017 via mobile

Visited Tunnel Creek as part of a Kimberleys trip . The tunnel creek walk is good fun, not to challenging , about 1klm in length and fun walking through the water only guided by our torches. If your in the area , it's worth the...More

Thank kimcahill
Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

Tunnel Creek is one of those surprises that keeps ln getting better. Behind the rocks are chasms of dark cliffs and cool waters and even a calcified limestone falls about 3 meters long only spotted by the cascading water and the torches needed to find...More

Thank Garry B
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