Karijini is halfway between Perth and Darwin. The roads to get to and from there are long and boring, only enlivened by the passage of the "road trains", trucks over 50 feet long driven at high speed, that remind me of locomotives. Being in a mining area and relatively close to a seaport, the passage of these beasts is quite usual. To access the park you must travel several miles through a forest trail that is pretty hard. Although it is not necessary, if you have a 4x4 as the journey will be more convenient and faster. It is a national park for hiking. Many, many marked trails and roads pass through beautiful spots, especially between the months of June and September, a period in which the fields are covered with wildflowers.