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This one kilometre loop in Geikie Gorge circuits around weathered remants of the limestone Devonian reef, formed more than 360 million years ago.
This one kilometre loop branches off the Jarrambayah trail in Geike Gorge. Discover the weathered remants of the limestone Devonian reef, formed more than 360 million years ago. The Devonian reef is a prominant landmark, standing 50-100 metres above the surrounding plains. The Fitzroy river cut through this limestone to form the 14 kilometre long Geike Gorge, with walls as high as 60 metres.
About the region
Danggu Geikie Gorge was carved by the Fitzroy River through part of an ancient limestone barrier reef which snakes across the west Kimberley. It was laid down in an ancient sea that covered a large part of the Kimberley in Devonian times, some 350 million years ago.
Danggu Geikie Gorge is located 20km from the Fitzroy Crossing township, 280km from Derby and 390km from Broome. The road accessing the park is sealed bitumen and a four-wheel-drive vehicle is not required.
Start Point: Information shelter Geike Gorge, 20 minutes from Fitzroy Crossing, which is 2500km (26 hours) north of Perth.
End Point: Information shelter Geike Gorge, 20 minutes from Fitzroy Crossing, which is 2500km (26 hours) north of Perth.
Region: Geikie Gorge National Park, North West
For more information, a location map and GPS file please visit Trails WA.