Karijini National Park
Karijini National Park is a National Park centred in the Hamersley Ranges of the Pilbara region in Western Australia.
It is situated approximately 1,055 km north of the State's capital city, Perth. At 6,274 km, it is the second largest national park in Western Australia (the largest being Rudall River National Park). Million years of erosion have created the winding jagged gorges and beautiful swimming holes. The National Park has a varying levels of hiking difficulty, from easy strolls along spectacular lookouts to paths among sheer rock cliffs crystal clear pools and cascading waterfalls.
Spectacular gorges, water courses and stunningly unique landscapes are less than 2 hours drive north from Newman along the sealed Great Northern Highway.
All of the below images are courtesy of Benjamin James Knapinski Photography.