Manning Gorge

Manning Gorge anmeldelser, Kimberley Region

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CorinneKeijzer
Amersfoort, Nederland278 bidrag
jul. 2019
It's a long walk from Manning Grove, longer than they tell you, but it's worth it. A nice cold swim at the end and a fall (when wet season gave enough rain ;))
Take an hour and lots of water to get there....
Skrevet 14. september 2019
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Companion503816
Barkers Creek, Australia6 bidrag
jun. 2019
A great walk in with some lovely scenery, then rewarded with amazing rock formations and a long cool swim. Not overcrowded - beautiful
Skrevet 7. august 2019
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JanKofMelbourne
Melbourne, Australia73 bidrag
jun. 2019 • Par
Campsite is right on the gorge, so it was busy when we arrived for a visit and would probably be fairly well frequented most of the time. Pleasant enough but there are better gorges that you don't have to pay for!
Skrevet 20. juli 2019
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Stevie Wills
4 bidrag
jul. 2019 • Familie
Nature provided a beautiful gorge and swimming area......however the amenities are are circa 1970's....three male toilets filthy, run down, no toilet paper... insufficient number for the amount of people staying there. No change since I last visited in the 90s. Kimberley Style Tourism...happy to take your money, no wonder free camps are popular at least you get what you pay for with them.
Skrevet 20. juli 2019
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Julie Louise C
Broome, Australia711 bidrag
mai 2019 • Venner
Yes a beach. In the middle of the Gibb River Road. A beautiful white beach, perfect for lazing in the shade with a coldy or having a refreshing dip. Safe for the kiddies too, not too deep with a little boat to take you to the other side of the river & a unique rock island in the middle. A ladder to get in this year as the bank has altered a bit.

This shady campground is huge & is located 7kms down the track behind the Mt Barnett Roadhouse, fees are payable at the roadhouse but a campground host is on-site to clean amenities & turn on & off the generator. Campfires are permitted but bring your own wood.

The generator which runs from 6ish in the morning until 8ish at night is used not only for power but to pump the water for toilets & showers. So, torches are necessary at night & advisable to shower prior to 8pm. 1 coin operated washing machine available.

Long walk to the falls with no shade so wear sturdy shoes & a hat & take plenty of drinking water.
Skrevet 19. juni 2019
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whitlamabroad
Clevedon, UK551 bidrag
jun. 2019 • Par
Very dry season in the Kimberly’s. This gorge still had some water in it for swimming. The waterfall was a trickle. One of the better places for swimming this year along the Gibb River Road.
Nice rocks to lay out on after swimming.

The walk out is exposed. Follow the pink ribbons. Took us around an hour to get there but we walk pretty fast.

The walk starts from the camp site by pulling yourself across the water in a boat.

You have to pay for a pass at mt Barnet road house.
Skrevet 10. juni 2019
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JJMayburg
Perth, Australia267 bidrag
apr. 2019 • Par
So this year’s wet was rather dry and as a result a lot of the gorges are only at a trickle already and their pools a little uhm fetid.

Not Manning gorge! Three light falls running .. perfect to swim under for a back massage. Pool clear and refreshing.

Also great thing is the high cliffs give good shade at least somewhere until well after noon... we stayed from 8 am til 1:30 and were able to swim and hang in shade.

Trail beautifully marked and takes you through sandstone flats, breezy plateaus and one steep up/down. Not too bad if you take it slow.

Keep your eye out for the unusual dolorite snakes (of the rock “dyke” variety not slithering ... I live with a geologist) and bring more water than you think you’ll need.

On the crossing .. you will likely end up soaked. So ziploc anything that can’t get wet. I had brought a light sarong that made a great damp cape to protect my shoulders on the hike as an aside. Different views on which side is most walkable but we got wet. Shout out on a random act of kindness .. one couple had brought a light air mattress to ferry their stuff across. They gave it to a young family for their crossing and let them keep it for the return. How lovely!!!!

Adjacent campground was great .. very quiet at the far end and good amenities. Manager gracious unlike that at the Mt Barnett Roadhouse.

Last swim on the way our made for a great visit at Manning Gorge
Skrevet 23. april 2019
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huys25
Amsterdam, Nederland11 023 bidrag
sep. 2018 • Par
From the parking area a short walk to the first pond. In the middle of this pool is a rock. The information was that you need to wade to the rock and behind the rock to the other side. However, near the rock is was 190 cm deep. Apparently, about 5m to the right of the rock the water is only 1 meter deep. We walked around this pond. After that it is about a one hour walk over rocky grounds to the large rockpool. The pool is great and getting into the water is easy, halfway you can stand on a one meter submerged rock. When swimming to the other side we found a small crock baking in the sun. It did not move; we are too large for a bite. A one hour walk back to the parking.
Skrevet 9. november 2018
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Manuela K
Munster, Tyskland341 bidrag
sep. 2018 • Par
To reach the gorge you have to swim across the river before hiking the rest of the way. It is worth the effort - we were the first (and only) visitors in the morning around 7:30 a.m.
The campground at the start of the hike is quite nice. When we arrived we were greeted by the really friendly hosts and got all the necessary information. The amenities (including showers) were old, but clean during our stay.
Skrevet 24. oktober 2018
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Thierry B
31 bidrag
okt. 2017
Un côté sauvage et naturel, comme un voyage dans le temps. Nous voilà revenus au temps de l' homme préhisto face à une flore et une faune d'un autre temps....
Skrevet 16. september 2018
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