Things to Do
Boab Prison Tree
Explore the Boab Prison Tree, a 1500-year-old Adansonia Gregorii tree used in the 1890s as a lockup for Indigenous Australian prisoners.
Experience the magnificence of the 35 million year old Bungle Bungle Range which harbours beehive-shaped karst sandstone domes and sacred Aboriginal rock art.
Horizontal Falls showcases the extremes of Mother Nature with one of the world’s largest tidal changes and currents pushing through tight parallel coastal gorges.
The incredible Mitchell Falls (Punamii-unpuu), is a large and dramatic falls which plunge into a narrow chasm. Mitchell falls is filled with rich cultural and spiritual significance.
Experience the mighty Fitzroy River from a local’s perspective. This is a rare opportunity to walk together across ancient country and gain a unique insight into one of the world’s oldest living cultures. Share dreaming and creation stories that bring the landscape to life and connect with nature and the environment.
The Bungarun Heritage Trail Walk takes you through the site of the previous Derby Leprosarium. This is a place of deep significance to former patients, nursing staff and the history of medical services in Western Australia.