Mirima National Park

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Mirima National Park North West WA Tourist Attraction

Mirima National Park is located just minutes from Kununurra. Also known as Hidden Valley

Mirima is a small park with sandstone ranges, cliffs and valleys, similar in appearance to parts of the Bungle Bungle.

The 350 million year old sandstone are subject to some striking colour changes due to sunlight variances.

There are Four walking trails include:

2.2km return Gerliwany-gerring Banan Trail.

800m return Derdbe-gerring Banan Trail climbs to points overlooking Kununurra and intricate rock formations.

400m Looking at Plants Trail is a loop that includes a wheelchair friendly boardwalk.

500m return Demboong Banan Trail leads through a gap in the sandstone range to a lookout over Kununurra.

Mirima is the name given to the area by the local Miriuwung people. This area was declared a National Park in 1982 to conserve the natural features and the associated Miriuwung sites.

A way to see the Mirima National Park is to book a tour through a tour operator, and enjoy the park.

To find local tourism operator listing in the North West WA. Use our tourism directory to book direct.

Other Western Australia tourist destinations to visit are.

Coral Coast. Perth. South West WA. Golden Outback

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