Caranbirini Conservation Reserve is located 46 kilometres south of Borroloola on the western extremity of the Bukalara Range and is easily accessed off the Carpentaria Highway. The reserve protects a surprising diversity of habitats for such a small area, including sandstone hills and ridges, a semi-permanent waterhole surrounded by riverine vegetation, open woodland and interesting sandstone spires known as ‘Lost City’ formations.
The two kilometre Barrawulla Loop Walk explores the impressive spires which rise to 25 metres in height and provide a vivid contrast in colour and shape to the surrounding countryside. The five kilometre Jagududgu Loop Walk explores all of the reserve's habitats and includes views reaching beyond its boundaries. A 300 metre return walk leads to a birdhide where visitors can view the birds at the semi-permanent Caranbirini Waterhole.Visit Website
Car park, Shaded Area, Walking Tracks
Animal Viewing, Birdwatching, Bushwalking, Self-Guided, Wilderness Walking
Cultural, Flora/Fauna, Nature based, Wildlife