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Tunnel Creek

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Tunnel Creek Kimberley Safaris

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Australia - Tunnel Creek - Do Freshwater Crocodiles Attack? - Gibb River Road - Travel Tips

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Tunnel creek | Gibb river | WA

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Windjana Gorge & Tunnel Creek

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Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek

Tunnel Creek is a creek located within the grounds of Tunnel Creek National Park in the Kimberley Region of Western Australia. Along with Geikie Gorge and Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek is part of an ancient barrier reef that developed during the Devonian Period. Tunnel Creek is located 63 kilometres from the Great Northern Highway, between Derby and Fitzroy Crossing, and was created by waters from a creek that cut a 750-metre tunnel through the reef. The tunnel is 15 metres wide and up to 12 metres high. Tunnel Creek was also the hideout for the Aboriginal bushranger Jandamarra, also known as Pigeon, who was killed there by police in 1897.
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