Tunnel Creek National Park - National park in the Kimberley region

Tunnel Creek National Park is a national park in the Kimberley region, is in the located Napier Range. The cave was the hideout of the Aboriginal warrior, reaches a maximum height, is decorated by numerous speleothems. The reef was exposed around first 250 million years. The limestones were formed by a Devonian reef about 375 350 million years. Tunnel Creek is a day use area, is developed to visit in the easy, flows through a water. Freshwater crocodiles eat frogs, fish, are found in the pools. The Tunnel is the oldest cave system in Western Australia, is to high 12 15 metres. Destination Red Centre is the latest addition in this popular series. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED this Site uses British English. Water flows through the cave after prolonged, heavy rain. Swimming is in the possible water hole at the entrance.

National park in the Kimberley region, Day use area, Oldest cave system in Western Australia, Located Napier Range, Located Napier Range

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