Tag Archives: King George River

Bat Crack, King George River

One of the beautiful areas we visit in the King George river is a swimming hole we call Bat Crack. This is the entrance to the swimming hole showcasing where the name came from.

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Approach to the ‘Fountain of Youth’!

I found this little gem lurking in my RAW files. It was on the last day on the PODAS trip on True North, when a few intrepid explorers set out to the Bat Cave. On the way home our guide … Continue reading

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The Red Cliffs of the King George

In the UK, they have the ‘White Cliffs of Dover’…in WA we have the red cliffs of the Kimberley and there are none more majestic and colourful than the cliffs that lead into the mighty King George River. Here is … Continue reading

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Bat Crack Tree

On the last evening on my recent True North adventure, a few intrepid adventurers from the cruise scooted down the mighty King George River to explore the side cave on the river known as the Bat Crack. I have posted … Continue reading

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Lady Sculpture

The range of extreme conditions endured by the landscape in the Kimberley can often produce some amazing formations in rocks and old trees and after our little excursion to the Bat Crack on the PODAS trip on True North, we … Continue reading

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Bat Crack Kimberley

What a beautiful day we had here in Perth today! An early start this morning out to Rottnest with some mates for a cracker surf and then back to go to Jacinda Bayne’s new exhibition opening at the Lynton Kay … Continue reading

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More Kimberley Colours

I never cease to ponder on just how hardy these little trees are to not only seed in these arid areas, but to also flourish and grow. Couple that to the earthy colours of the Kimberley Sand Stone and you … Continue reading

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King George Colours

I thought I would give the Rottnest theme a break for a while and was going back through some Kimberley RAW shots and this one jumped out at me. Last light coming out of the King George river and the … Continue reading

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Eagle Falls and Jar Island

Yesterday was heli picnic day at Eagle Falls, a truly dramatic and beautiful place that only True North guests get to see as it is only accessable from the heli. In the morning we went to see some more Bradshaw … Continue reading

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