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Karijini National Park - Handrail Pool
Australia

Karijini National Park is one of Australia’s many amazing National Parks, it is mostly famous for its unique gorges. At the Western end of the park is Weano Gorge (seen here). Handrail pool, so named due to the handrail to help people climb down into it is close to the end of the public access of this gorge. To reach the end of Weano gorge with any sort of safety, special equipment is required. The water in Weano Gorge flows out into Red Gorge as the spectacular (and seldom seen due to the inaccessibility) Weano Falls.

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