Moolayember Gorge - Carnarvon National Park

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Moolayember Gorge - Carnarvon National Park

Postby Trentw » Mon 08 May, 2017 2:11 pm

Hi All,

I was interesting in information about Moolayember Gorge (near Carnarvon National Park), in particular the Three Sisters.

* Is there a trail? If not what's the best way in?
* Where does the trail start?
* Are the roads marked on Google maps okay for a 2wd, or 4wd?

Easterly view of the formation ... 00_jpg_srz

Three Sisters on Google maps ... 3859?hl=en

Potential trail head site ... 8257?hl=en

If this is deemed as a sensitive area with no tracks, could someone please help me out and email me on I'm very keen to go and explore this area. I am aiming for a trip in October before it gets too hot.
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Re: Moolayember Gorge - Carnarvon National Park

Postby dtbaker » Mon 04 Oct, 2021 7:07 pm

How'd you go finding information about this track?
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Re: Moolayember Gorge - Carnarvon National Park

Postby ofuros » Mon 04 Oct, 2021 9:05 pm

No track, off-track, remote access, hot & dry country, water season self reliant exploration.

Research/planning needed. Week long walk at least.

A scenic flight will give you a awe-inspiring lie of the land... :wink: ... periences/

It's on the explore of these cool seasons. 8)
Mountain views are good for my soul...& getting to them is good for my waistline !
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