The King George River plunges an extraordinary 80 meters over a sandstone cliff into tidal waters, to create the King George Falls.
This is a truly astounding and picturesque visual that every visitor should experience.
The headwaters of the river rise to the west of the Ashton Range. It flows in a northerly direction through the Drysdale River National Park past the Seppelt Range, over a drop of 80 metres (262 ft) at King George Falls and then discharges into Koolama Bay and the Timor Sea.
The King George River is a river in the Kimberley of Western Australia.
For visitors to find out more,
and have the ability to souvenir a treasured piece of
the Kimberley Wilderness.
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