Well after 3 days of swimming, walking and relaxing at Edith Falls we moved on a whole 100km to Umbrawarra Gorge; a quiet little spot just out of Pine Creek. It is a corrugated gravel road of about 20 km to the gorge and slow going but not too far. We were rewarded by a quiet place shared by only 3 other campers; it was good to escape the crowds for a night :). The gorge was a very speccy red rock lined gorge; at it's the entrance there was no flow but as we walked along, seeps from the side of the hill added a couple of meg flow to the gorge. Enough to make it a great spot to spend the whole afternoon. We found a large swimming hole with a sandy beach and the kids had a great time splashing and building a sandcastle. There were several large perch in the pool which kept darting into hidy holes as we swam. There was also a resident water monitor who poked his head out occasionally. We did a bit of rock hoping further down where more pools and large perch were found. The overhang of the gorge and several water seeps allowed lots of little rainforest grottos with tree roots clinging to the rocks. We had a quiet night occasionally interrupted by the howls of dingoes in the distance, a few frogmouths and wallabies.