Photography by Basil Bilanenko
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King Leopold Range Conservation Park is where the Bell Gorge can be found. Bell Gorge is about 30 km off the Gibb River Road and it is where a series of waterfalls start descending through the Isdell Range to Walcott Inlet. Going there requires crossing the Bell Creek on slippery rocks and scrambling down the steep rock wall. In short, getting there is not easy but arriving there provides visitors a wonderful experience.
Activities that visitors can enjoy at Bell Gorge are swimming, sun bathing, having a picnic, camping and taking picture of the beautiful nature. You can float down the pools, small pools and shallow rapids to witness great views back into the gorge. During peak season such as school holidays, people pile up into Bell Gorge, so it is recommended to be there early especially if you need a parking area for your vehicle. The two campgrounds at Bell Gorge are Silent Grove and Bell Creek Campgrounds.