Geikie Gorge has been carved by the Fitzroy River through part of an ancient limestone barrier reef which snakes across the west Kimberley. It was laid down in an ancient sea that covered a large part of the Kimberley in Devonian times, some 350 million years ago.
Boat tours take place from May to October and give an insight into the wildlife and geology of the gorge. For a tour schedule, prices and booking information, see the what's on section.
Cultural boat tours are guided by Bunuba Aboriginal people, whose connection to this land goes back to the Dreamtime. Tours depart at various times. For further information please contact the operators direct on 0417 907 609. Tickets must be booked on (08) 9191 5355.
Boat ramp and Tour Boat Zone access
From May to October the boat ramp and Tour Boat Zone are open to private boat users before 7.45am, from 12.15pm to 2.15pm and after 5.15pm.
Paddle craft are permitted in the Tour Boat Zone from 6.30am to 6.30pm.
Notify rangers before launching your boat.
There are some interesting walks in the park.
When you are entering the Kimberley or Pilbara regions, you are entering crocodile country. Two species of crocodile occur in Western Australia: the estuarine (or saltwater) crocodile and the freshwater crocodile. The estuarine crocodile is the largest living reptile and is considered to be a dangerous predator. Freshwater crocodiles are smaller and not as aggressive. Freshwater crocodiles inhabit Geikie Gorge. Saltwater crocodiles have not been known to occur in the area but this may change. Be CROCWISE in Western Australia's north and download our Crocodile safety and myth-busting factsheet and Crocodile brochure. For more information on Be CROCWISE see www.nt.gov.au/becrocwise