Cape Range is a national park in Western Australia. It is the only elevated plateau composed of limestone on the North West Coast.
The area was declared a national park in 1964, the off-shore area, Ningaloo Marine Park (famous for its annual gathering of whale sharks) was declared in 1987.
Within the park boundaries a major attraction is Yardie Creek. This is a spectacular gorge where the water is trapped by a sandbar.
Fauna found within the park include rock wallabies, red kangaroos, emus, euros (I thought this was only a monetary unit), 100 different species of bird, 80 species of reptile and echidnas, of which I took countless photos.