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Gunlom Plunge Pool

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Gunlom Plunge Pool, situé sur Waterfall Creek dans le Parc national Kakadu inscrit au patrimoine mondial, est une association magique de cascades saisonnières et de bassins paisibles, avec des aires de pique-nique ombragées par de grands gommiers. Depuis le sommet de Gunlom, vous serez récompensé par une vue à couper le souffle sur trois habitats des collines et arêtes sud du parc : des zones rocheuses, forestières et fluviales. Au sommet, offrez-vous une plongée relaxante et bien méritée dans les bassins cristallins. Si vous préférez une activité plus tranquille, optez pour la marche sur du plat jusqu’à Murrill Billabong afin d’observer les oiseaux. Vous pouvez également suivre la courte piste jusqu’au bassin principal sous la cascade saisonnière. Apportez votre déjeuner pour apprécier la zone de pique-nique couverte de gazon et ombragée. Si vous séjournez dans le camping très apprécié (à proximité du bassin et de la cascade), vous pourrez profiter d’installations telles que les douches chauffées à l’énergie solaire. Australian Traveller a nommé les Gunlom Top Pools parmi les 100 plus belles vues d’Australie, et Hooroo a récemment élu Gunlom finaliste parmi les « lieux secrets » d’Australie.。

  • Informations

    Activités

    • Natural Attractions

    Horaires d’ouverture

    Daily, 24 hours.

    Tarif d’entrée

    Entrée libre

    Aménagements

    • Barbeque
    • Carpark
    • Picnic Area
    • Public Toilet

    Activités

    • Camping
    • Swimming
    • Walk
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  • FAQS

    Can Gunlom be done as a day trip?

    Gunlom can be done as day trip from Cooinda or Jabiru in Kakadu National Park, and is also a great place to camp. We reccommend staying longer than one day in Kakadu to take in everything that's on offer.

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    Do I need any passes or permits to visit Gunlom?

    All visitors to Kakadu National Park require a Park Pass, which can be purchased online or from tourist information centres.

    If you are camping in the campground you are required to pay a fee which will be collected by an on-site campground manager.

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    How do I get around Gunlom?

    You'll need a 4WD to visit Gunlom. Once you're there, the lower plunge pool is only 100 metres from the carpark, and there's a steep 15-minute uphill walk to the famous upper plunge pool, nature's very own infinity pool. It's recommended that you wear appropriate walking shoes.

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    How do I get to Gunlom?

    If you want to explore the area yourself, driving is a great option. Alternatively you can book a tour from Darwin or Cooinda .

    The road to Gunlom is an unsealed gravel road that can be navigated by 2WD and 4WD. The road is occasionally closed due to weather conditions so we recommend checking the Kakadu Access Report before you set off.

    Driving times to Gunlom from:

    • Darwin - 3.5 hours (325 km)
    • Jabiru - 2 hours (170 km)
    • Cooinda -90 minutes (125 km)
    • Katherine - 2 hours (195 km)


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    How far is Gunlom from the nearest main town?

    Gunlom is 2 hours' drive (171.5 kms) from both Jabiru to the north and Katherine to the south.

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    What are the major attractions at Gunlom?

    The highlight (and the image that appears on so many postcards) is Gunlom plunge pool, nature's very own infinity pool, which provides unparalleled views of the rugged woodlands of Kakadu National Park. The crystal clear waters at the base of the falls is an easy stroll from the car park and campground and not to be missed.

    Gunlom also boasts a well appointed campground and picnic area with bbqs, toilets and showers (fees apply to camp in the area).

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    What should I bring with me to Gunlom?

    Make sure you bring drinking water, swimwear, a hat, first aid kit, sunscreen and sturdy walking shoes for the walk up to the infinity pool.

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    When is the best time to visit Gunlom?

    The best time to visit Gunlom Plunge Pool is between May and October when the weather is warm and dry. Access to the site is often closed in the wet season due to flooding. We recommend checking the Kakadu Access Report before setting off.

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    Where should I go next from Gunlom?

    Continue on your Kakadu National Park adventure and see some of the favourite sites. Highlights include Cooinda, Yellow Water Billabong, Maguk, Nourlangie and Ubirr.

    Or, you can drive south for 3 hours to visit Nitmiluk Gorge and Nitmiluk National Park.

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