Oxer's Lookout

Oxer’s lookout is one of the main attractions of Karijini National Park. The lookout allows you to see where 4 gorges meet. From the lookout Weano Gorge runs roughly to the North, Red Gorge runs roughly East, Hancock gorge runs roughly to the west and Joffre gorge to the South. The lookout stands roughly 100 metres above the water level in Red Gorge.

Copyright: David Rowley
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Uploaded: 04/11/2011
Updated: 12/06/2014


Tags: oxers; oxer; karijini; outback; pilbara; national park; gorge; canyon
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