The park has two camping areas. Gurrandaing, the first campsite is 18 km from the entrance and Jarrnarm 28 km along what I would call a very badly corrugated dirt road that wasn't at all very pleasurable to drive along. Both sites have pit toilets and drinking water is available at the Ranger Station just inside the park.
We based ourselves at the Gurrandaing campsite and were lucky to get one of the better parking bays as the people who were on this particular site were about to leave.
The park is quite small in size but some of the spectacular rock formations, make up for the parks small size.
What we didn't know before arriving, was that the parks people had just undertaken a burn-off within the National Park and if there had been signage at the parks entrance indicating this then we wouldn't have bothered going in.
Our plan was to spend three days doing all the different walks, but with all the ground cover burnt including most of the palms, we decided to spend just one night and then head into Kununurra.
We completed the 2 km circuit walk just near our campsite before heading off in the morning feeling quite disappointed.