Centuries of erosion have formed a spectacular multi-coloured gorge which is home to an assortment of wildlife, including the rare black-footed rock wallabies. Yardie Creek flows between the spectacular sheer cliffs, known as Yardie Creek Gorge, with the water trapped in the gorge by a sandbar making it a permanent water hole full of fish and turtles from the Ningaloo Reef.
Explore the gorge on a 1.5km walking trail, kayak or from the comfort of a cruise boat tour. A boat cruise is also the best way to see wallabies and sea birds such as osprey and sea eagles that live in small caves on the cliff faces.
If you enjoyed Yardie for the day, why not stay the night? Camp sites are in very high demand from Easter to October so pre-book your camp site located right on the Ningaloo Reef via Parks & Wildlife's website
Yardie Creek is about 38 km south of the Milyering Discovery Centre following the Yardie Creek Road.