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The King George River plunges an extraordinary 80 meters over a sandstone cliff into tidal waters, to create the King George Falls.
This is a truly astounding and picturesque visual that every visitor should experience.
The King George River is a river in the Kimberley of Western Australia.
The headwaters of the river rise to the west of the Ashton Range. It flows in a northerly direction through the Drysdale River National Park past the Seppelt Range, over a drop of 80 meters (262 ft) at King George Falls and then discharges into Koolama Bay and the Timor Sea.
Beta Creek is the only tributary of the King George River.
The river was named in 1911 by explorer Charles Conigrave after a privately funded expedition in the area. The river is named after King George V.
The traditional owners of the areas around the river are the Miwa peoples.
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How to get there
Inaccessible by vehicle due to its remote location by the King George River, the best way to see the King George Falls is by a cruise or scenic flight.
Cruise: Cruise from Broome or Kununurra. The King George Falls is on a number of cruise itineraries where you can get up close to this amazing natural attraction. You can also access this waterfall by boat from Faraway Bay.
call me (Anthony) on 0416147776 and I will point you in the right direction on who you should see for cruising or taking a flight
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If you are planning to undertake this trip YOU MUST SEEK OUT other authoritative advice and information - eg visitor centres
Outback travel can be a very exciting adventure but it also can be very hazardous especially off road and in remote and isolated areas.
Your Outback trip should only be undertaken after lengthy and careful planning, plus having plenty of water, fuel, food, working communication devices etc
Understand the distances between fuel stops by ringing ahead and checking with the roadhouses, cattle stations and visitor centres - that what you want is at the next stop.
Understand what is the best time of year to travel and what is not, understand your vehicle and its capabilities and how to repair it plus have spare tyres (Min 2 extra)
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