Honeycomb Gorge Park Walk Trail

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4.6 from 9 users


Kennedy Range Road, Western Australia



Marvel at the honeycomb cavities eroded into the cliff face, in Kennedy Range National Park. Honeycomb Gorge Trail Honeycomb Gorge is an intriguing feature formed by wind and water spray from a seasonal waterfall above the cliff face. A short walk weaves amongst massive boulders from an old rock fall to a seasonal pool. Distance: 600m return Time: allow 20 - 40 minutes Experience the contrast between the escarpment and the vast plain to the east. Escarpment Base Trail This trail links Temple Gorge campground with Honeycomb Gorge and Sunrise View trails. It has relatively flat terrain and interesting geology. A sandalwood shrub can be observed along this trail. Distance: 5.8km return (from Temple Gorge campground) Time: allow 3 - 4.5 hours Pets are not permitted. No camping or overnight parking.

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Lat: -24.646703 Lng: 115.176201

User Reviews


User 2316557

Interesting boulders on the walk into the gorge. Beautiful rock formations in the gorge. Worth the trip out there. Doable with young children. Walk trail is marked so you can't go the wrong way.



Awesome rock formations. Lovely shade under the overhang at the beach at the end. Still a small pool of water, some kids were swimming but it looked a bit stagnant.


User 1501337

Very short, easy walk in from the carpark. The shortest & easiest walk out of all the Gorges. At the end of the walking trail there was a small pool (at this time of year anyway), and cliff rock formations with holes/honeycomb patterns throughout. You could do Honeycomb Gorge in as little as 15 minutes return.


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