Carnarvon Gorge National Park
This website follows the Grigaliunas Family, Leigh, Yasmin, Layla and Libby, as they take a year off life to travel around the great country of Australia.
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Carnarvon Gorge National Park

National Park, Places
gorge, hiking, nature
About This Project

Carnarvon Gorge National Park was one of the first gorge systems we were to visit on our gap year, the first of many and it was the one that got us hooked on gorges.  Each system is unique and beautiful in their own way.  Being a temperate climate, Carnarvon had an interesting variety of flora on offer that was completely out of step with the surrounding area, but that’s gorges for you.

To say we were impressed with Carnarvon Gorge, well what little we saw anyway, is a huge understatement and it left us with a burning desire to go back.  The lack of connectivity was a blow for us and one of the only times we’ve struggled due to Yasmin’s commitment to work, but it is what it is and gives us a good reason to return, when connectivity isn’t as important as it was this time.

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