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The walls of Windjana Gorge rise abruptly from the wide alluvial floodplain of the Lennard River, reaching about 100 metres high in some places. The 3.5-kilometre long gorge cuts through the limestone of the Napier Range; part of an ancient barrier reef, which can also be seen at Geikie Gorge and Tunnel Creek National Parks.
The Lennard River runs through the gorge in wet weather, but during the dry season it forms pools surrounded by trees and shrubs
150 kilometres from Fitzroy Crossing and 145 kilometres from Derby.
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