Bells Gorge, Kimberley, North Western Australia Bell Gorge is located 29 kilometres off the Gibb River Road some 214 kilometres north-east of Derby within the rugged King Leopold Range National Park. Wet season rains see great volumes of water cascading down a series of waterfalls. It is one of the most picturesque gorges of the West Kimberley where swimming, photography, bushwalking and bird watching can be enjoyed.

Deep ladder in a waterfall. Its an amazing under water ladder situated in the Starved Rock state park, Illinois, United States.

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Bell Gorge is located 29 kilometres off the Gibb River Road some 214 kilometres north-east of Derby within the rugged King Leopold Range National Park. Wet season rains see great volumes of water cascading down a series of waterfalls.

Manning Gorge, Gibb River road, WA.

The Gibb River Road

The Gibb River Road. What an awesome first taste of the outback Kimberly. It really is the land of amazing gorges.

Offroad in Oz: The Gibb River Road

Offroad in Oz: The Gibb River Road

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You pass this stunning torquoise pool on the walk to Emma Gorge at El Questro on the Gibb River Road. This shot was taken just before...

Emma Gorge at El Questro, Durack, Australia — by See Something New

You pass this stunning torquoise pool on the walk to Emma Gorge at El Questro on the Gibb River Road.

“This is the classic Kimberley! The boab tree and waterfall. Galvans Gorge is a mere 100 metre stroll from the Gibb River Road. A beautiful clear pool for…”

“This is the classic Kimberley! The boab tree and waterfall. Galvans Gorge is a mere 100 metre stroll from the Gibb River Road. A beautiful clear pool for…”

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