Getting to Bell Gorge (Dalmanyi) can be a bit of an adventure. The turn off to the gorge is approximately 250 kilometres east of the start of the Gibb River Road. As the road leading up to it is unpaved and bumpy, but the journey is worth it. The gorge is nestled amidst the King Leopold Ranges Conservation Park, surrounded by breathtaking scenery and towering cliffs.
Once you arrive, you'll be struck by the sight of the beautiful waterfall cascading down the gorge walls into the clear pools below. The water is crystal clear and perfect for swimming, so don't forget to pack your swimsuit!
If you're feeling adventurous, you can climb up the side of the gorge to the top of the waterfall, where you'll be rewarded with incredible views of the surrounding landscape. However, this can be a bit of a challenging climb, so make sure you're wearing sturdy shoes and have plenty of water.
After a refreshing swim and some exploring, take some time to simply relax and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of Bell Gorge. With the sound of the waterfall in the background and the stunning scenery all around you, it's easy to forget about the outside world for a while.