Rock Pool Walk: Class 3 walk. Less than 4 km return from the campground or 600 m return from the Rock Pool Car Park. There are picnic tables and toilets between the car park and the rock pool. As we were camping in the camp ground we chose to do the longer walk. Rather than just offer access to the only area that swimming is allowed at Carnarvon Gorge this is a very pleasant walk in it's own right. The vegetation is distinctive and the wildlife is abundant.
|Carnarvon Fan Palms|
|Ripe cone of a Macrozamia moorei|
|One of the ears of this Eastern Grey Kangaroo was torn almost in half.|
|Pretty-face (Whiptail) Wallaby|
|Striated Pardalote and Red-browed Finch.|
|An idyllic spot for a swim at the Rook Pool.|
The Nature Trail: Class 3, 1.5 km loop walk.
Starting at either the Visitor Information Centre or the campground this is a pleasant walk exploring Carnarvon Creek.
|Someone had been producing a little ochre, creek-side. Red, orange and yellow ochre pigments are found at Carnarvon.|
|Sun basking Turtles in Carnarvon Creek. Kreffts Turtle, left and Saw-shelled Turtle, right.|