Karijini National Park in Australia’s North West is made for adventure. Covering over 600 000 hectares, this vast wilderness of red rocky ranges contains dramatic gorges, hidden plunge pools and magnificent waterfalls. Keep an eye out for kangaroos and rare rock wallabies amongst the spectacular red gums and wildflowers. While here, be sure to stop for a splash about in the refreshing waters Handrail Pool and Fortescue Falls, or enjoy a hike through the impressive cliffs of Hancock Gorge.