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Fitzroy Crossing intro. Originally a vital ford on the magnificent, fast-flowing Fitzroy River in Australia’s Kimberly region, small Fitzroy Crossing today serves as a centre for local outback stations and a base for exploration of Kimberley and its many natural attractions. Visitors use Fitzroy Crossing hotels as a stop-over point on journeys to Geikie Gorge, Winjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek, all close to the village, and more distant destinations such as Bungle Bungle Purnululu National Park. The town offers proximity to new mining operations and local aboriginal communities that have grown in the urban area recently. Its popularity is aided by the increasing reputation of the remote Kimberley region as a visitor destination along the Gibbs River Road. Eco-tourists staying in town are close to Geikie Gorge National Park and its 350 illion-year-old fossils, easily seen entombed in the sheer rock faces. Wildlife in the watery park includes fresh water crocodiles - reputed to be friendly - sharks, stingrays and a plethora of bird species.
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