Nature has given this jewel of a stunning water creations: gorges, waterfalls, rock pools and cool nature-created outdoor swimming pools, to Australia, perhaps to compensate for the dry vast lands that cover its territory. This is Hamersley Gorge, in the Karijini National Park in Western Australia, one of the biggest national parks and travel photography inspirational places. The park is located just north of the Tropic of Capricorn, approximately 1,055 kilometres (656 mi) from the state’s capital city, Perth.
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The five gorges that flow north out of the park—Dales Gorge, Bee Gorge, Wittenoom Gorge, Kalamina Gorge and Yampire Gorge —provide spectacular displays of the rock layers
Swirls of rock sweep down through the gorge and waterfalls rush into tranquil pools.
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This is a dramatic gorge, full of colour texture and reflections and a great spot for a swim.
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While it is still fully open to the public, visitors are warned to exercise due caution when walking in and around the vicinity of Yampire and Wittenoom Gorges near the northern boundary of the park due to the presence of asbestos in a number of the rock formations.