Sir John Gorge
A sunset at Sir John Gorge, 12km off the Mornington Wildlife Sanctuary camp (90km off the Gibb River Road). This is the place where we had one of the most overwhelming feelings of beauty and peace on Earth...
We were alone with nature and had the feeling of how the first days of life on Earth must have been!!!
Mornington Wildlife Sanctuary is a must, you can't miss it! We spent one night on the car, and another one in those Deluxe tents. They are amazing, out there in the middle of the bush.
Don't miss Mornigton Wildlife Sanctuary. Sir John Gorge is only one of many things to see and do there.
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Mornington Wilderness (Review)
How Much Time At Mornington Wilderness Camp?
Dimond Gorge at Mornington
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