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Durack River, Kimberleys, Western Australia

Durack River, Kimberleys, Western Australia


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Photography by Basil Bilanenko

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Durack River was named after explorer and Kimberley pioneer Michael Durack whi was the first European to cross the river. It is in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia and rises below the Durack Range then flows north discharging into the west arm of Cambridge Gulf. There are 14 creeks and rivers flow into the Durack River.

Visitors can swim here, but keep in mind that this river crossing is at the bottom of a steep hill. If the water level is high from monsoonal wet season rainfall it can cut access along the Gibb River Road. During the dry season, it may still hold water well.

There are nice campsites alongside the tree-lined river bank on the lower side, but these should be avoided due to the risk of flash flooding outside dry season.

An interesting place called El Questro Station can be found 16km off the road in the foothills of the Durack Ranges.