Stay at Bell Gorge Wilderness Camp, Kimberley
Bell George Wilderness Camp sits on the shady banks on Saddler Creek and enjoys spectacular views of the King Leopold Escarpment, which is particularly stunning at sunrise and sunset.
Bell Gorge Wilderness Camp, Kimberley, Australia
This charming camp sits on the shady banks on Saddler Creek and enjoys spectacular views of the King Leopold Escarpment, which is particularly stunning at sunrise and sunset. With easy access to Bell, Galvans and Barnett River gorges of the lower Gibb and close to Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek it is the ideal base for exploring the majestic western Kimberley. Accommodation consists of 28 twin-bedded permanent tents that are fully en-suite with toilets and showers, communal dining facilities and a local general store with basic supplies. With fresh bed linen provided and a warm welcome from your camp hosts, this is the perfect place to stop and rest. The tents all have low voltage lighting, but no power sockets.
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