Located 468 km west of Katherine along the Northern Territory/Western Australia border, Keep River National Park is noted for its striking landforms.
The Park entrance is 3 km east of the NT/WA border. Formed gravel roads suitable for 2WD vehicles lead to the main attractions. During the wet season roads may be closed due to flooding. All vehicles are restricted to formed roads only.
Visitors to the Park are provided with excellent opportunities for bushwalking, photography and the chance to learn about geological events that have shaped this landscape.
Past evidence of volcanic activity, massive marine deposits and glaciation are visible in the rocks and landforms of this region.
Jarnem is located 31km from the Park entrance. Camping facilities include tables, barbecues and pit toilets. Drinking water is available at two sites within the Park
Addressvia Victoria Highway
Baines, Northern Territory, 0852
Coordinates & Contact Details-15.7625, 129.100208 9167 8827
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