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King Leopold Range Conservation Park - Cities, Towns and Localities
A vast conservation park covering some 392,100 hectares, named after King Leopold of Belgium in 1879 by a Mr Alexander Forest, who first explored this vast region and opened up the area to settlement by graziers.

The park has only recently been established being gazetted in August 2000 by then Premier Mr Richard Court. He emphasized at the time it was listed that this region of West Australia remains the only portion not to have seen native species become extinct since the arrival of Europeans. The park straddles almost the entire length of the spectacular King Leopold Ranges, one of the oldest ranges on Earth, and contains significant remnant rainforest pockets, and a variety of rare flora and fauna.
 

Access to the park is via the Gibb River Rd and is only accessibly by 4WD.

Acknowledgement: Annabelle Abbotts - Mt Hart Wilderness Lodge

Check out our listing for Derby (King Leopold) accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

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West Australia Dept. of Conservation and Land Management
Kimberley Region

Derby Visitor Centre
 

MSN Map of King Leopold Ranges, Western Australia
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King Leopold Range Conservation Park Attractions

Mt Hart Wilderness Lodge
• Gibb River Rd, KIMBERLEY WA • Ph: 08 9191 4645
• By car we are approximately: 3.5 hours ex Derby, 6 hours ex Broome • Four-wheel drive vehicles only • Situated in the rugged million-acre "King Leopold Range Conservation Park", and surrounded by eight acres of lush, tropical, heritage gardens, Mt Hart Wilderness Lodge offers echoes of station life, unique geological features, abundant wild-life and rare flora and fauna.

A holiday at Mount Hart affords the opportunity to appreciate this ancient landscape and rich cultural history, whilst enjoying stylish and comfortable "Kimberley-style" homestead accommodation, famous bush hospitality, and first-class country cuisine.
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