Black Rock Falls

Black Rock Falls
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Black Rock Falls
via Parry Creek Kununurra Road
Kununurra 6743
Western Australia
Phone: 08 9168 1177
Fax: 08 9168 2598

Black Rock Falls Information

For a refreshing dip after wet season rain in a pristine Kimberley water hole visit Black Rock Falls near Kununurra.

This is where the locals come to go swimming and enjoy a picnic.

The waterfall is most spectacular in the wet season when water tumbles over a 30 metre rock cliff into a pool area below.

Black Rock Falls gets its name from its rock cliffs which have been stained black from the minerals in the water over many years.

Access is by four wheel drive only and the road may be closed after heavy rains.

You can reach Black Rock Falls by driving along Parry Creek Road or Ivanhoe Road from Kununurra.

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