This page contains information, photos and links about Kennedy Range National Park. It is here to assist the traveller contemplating a visit to the area.
What's on this Page:
The national park protects an area of some 141 700 hectares. It was originally home to two Aboriginal tribes, the Maia and Malgaru people. The park is therefore of great importance to Archaeology.
The park can be accessed by conventional vehicles north of Gascoyne Junction (about 50km).
The park is home to something like 110 various species of birds and animals.
ATTRACTIONS AND SITES TO VISIT:
The camping area at Kennedy National Park has a pit toilet and that's about it. You will need to bring plenty of water as there is none available in the park itself.
LINKS TO RESOURCES:
Kevin's Wilderness Journeys Homepage
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