The Keep River National Park doesn't get much of a write up anywhere. We knew it was there because the campgrounds are marked in our Camps4 book. There was one small paragraph on the area in one of the NT brochures and it made reference to the park being a popular spot for photographers, so David decided, as the budding photographer, that we would venture in. The correct decision was made.
After setting up camp we went for a 2km walk that came off the campground. It was amazing. Some of the rock formations, they say they are mini Bungle Bungles, were spectacular. Hopefully, some of David's photos will show how good the area is.
We had a tall, dark, handsome Ranger give us a talk on the area by the campfire. It was good to become more informed on the area. [and I'm sure Kylie enjoyed staring at the tall dark handsome Ranger for an hour! - David] The park itself is only about 740 square kilometers, so nothing huge but what is in it is beautiful.
We spent this morning doing an 8km walk near the second campsite. Again the rock formations were amazing.
We highly recommend this park so just before you leave NT or as you cross the border from WA into NT, turn off 18km and have a look.