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Karijini - Knox Gorge
Australia

Knox Gorge, standing on a large boulder looking down into Red Gorge. From here to get to Red Gorge you have to slide down the Knox slide and abseil down over another waterfall. Over the years many tourists get temped to try it, but once you go down Knox slide (unless you bring proper equipment) then there is no way back. The next waterfall does not have a deep pool to jump into. Many people have been hurt attempting this over the years… Its best left to the professionals.

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Copyright: David rowley
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Uploadet: 23/09/2011
Opdateret: 12/06/2014
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Tags: karajini; national; park; knox; gorge; pilbara
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