One of the most amazing Kimberley icons you will ever lay your eyes on.

The Walcott Inlet, where the Charnley River meets the Indian Ocean is found at the end of the Munja Track, accessible via Mt Elizabeth Station. The track was first established by Peter Lacy and his brother back in the 60's and is the only vehicle route through to the inlet.

The track can take between 2 to 3 days each way and is filled with all sorts of 4x4 obstacles to be tackled.

Renowned for incredible fishing, huge tides and stunning scenery, Walcott Inlet is a must-do for those with a bit of extra time on their hands while travelling in the Kimberley!

Access to the inlet will require driving through indigenous owned land, for details please contact Willinggin Aboriginal Corporation

Access to Walcott Inlet is through the Munja Track via Mt Elizabeth Station and carries a fee of $150 per vehicle, plus a $50 key deposit (refundable on return). NOTE: The Munja is accessible between June - September (dependant on weather conditions), please contact us for further information if desiring to complete the track close to the season beginning or end.  

Bachsten Creek Bush Camp offer great local knowledge, camping and food: please contact them direct for more information on 08 91911547