Nyanda Gorge Tour
Newly Updated Tour!
We have received some great feedback over the last 2 years, so we have taken it onboard and made some improvements to our tour offerings.
Discover the hidden gem of Nyanda Gorge, a private oasis tucked away on our family property, Nyanda Station. Nestled within the spring-fed Consuelo Creek, the gorge boasts an impressive rock pools in the ancient sandstone that provides a perfect habitat for wildlife, including platypus, turtles, and rare plants.
This tour is the ultimate way to see Nyanda Station, it involves a scenic drive (high clearance vehicle required) over the rugged sandstone ranges, followed by a walk through our 'Nyanda Gorge'. Your local guide will delve into the stories that are hidden in the landscape while visiting an ancient gorge adorned with deep pools and rare wildlife. We then finish the tour by visiting our lookout viewing rarely seen parts of Carnarvon National Park.
Adults - $115
Children (5-12) - $70
Approx. 6 Hours
You are more than welcome to bring your pets along on tour, although they will need to stay on lead, or in the vehicle with you.
Driving - Easy 4WD Track, some sand and some rocky sections. No prior experience required.
Walking: Grade 3 - Moderate Difficulty. Mostly because of the rock hopping required during the creek crossings.
Driving - 40km Return
Walking - 1.5km Return
Tours on Nyanda Station are weather dependant. Tours will be cancelled or re-booked if necessary. *As per the cancellation policy*
One of the Highlights of the Nyanda Gorge Tour
The first of many highlights of the Nyanda Gorge Tour starts with a 300m walk to our Sandy Gorge Lookout. A recently discovered lookout that views the upper gorge section of Sandy Creek. This is an entirely untouched and relatively unexplored part of Nyanda Station, a haven for wildlife and adorned with many freshwater springs.
What our guests are saying
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Wonderful 4WD tag-along tour. Christian gave a great commentary along the way, the 2 way radio being a great idea - we could talk back & forth along the way and ask questions. We even spotted a Koala with a joey on its' back at the side of the road. It then crossed in front of us and ran up a tree before we could get the camera out. Called up Christian and at first he couldn't believe it, but turned around smartly and came back. We were all amazed and stood watching for some time. Continued on then to a great morning tea at the turn around point. Stopped on the way back and the Koala was still sitting in the same tree. A great way to fill in a morning. Highly recommended. Thanks again Christian & Caity.