Some pics from our time in Carnarvon Gorge, which is located about 720km north west of Brisbane. Carnarvon Gorge features towering sandstone cliffs, vibrantly colored side gorges, diverse flora and fauna and Aboriginal rock art.
Our plan for the day was to walk to the end of the main walking track and on the way back do all the sidetracks.
This was a major undertaking for us since we are not the fittest people around. According to my gps tracker we covered 30km. We nearly had to be carried back to our car we were that sore.
Even though we struggled towards the end of the day we felt it was a worthwhile effort with plenty to see along the way, lots of river crossings, Aboriginal art, and beautiful scenery it’s obvious why this is a popular destination for the tourists.