Only accessible by boat, Montgomery Reef is located in the one of the most biologically significant regions in the world, Camden Sound Marine Park (also known as Lalang-garram).
Lalang-garram / Camden Sound Marine Park is the most important humpback whale nursery in the southern hemisphere. It features spectacular coastal scenery and Montgomery Reef provides an incredible spectacle at low tide as it’s home to the world’s largest inshore reef.
“In the north-west of Australia is the remote and fascinating region of the Kimberley. It has a jagged coastline with many inlets that reach deep inland. The tide sweeps into them with amazing speed and ferocity,” chimes the familiar voice of David Attenborough in the 2002 BBC documentary Great Natural Wonders of the World.
“Talbot Bay forms part of one of the larger inlets,” Attenborough continues. “The inland exit of the bay narrows to 20ft at water level, funnelling the tide as it ebbs and flows. It’s this twice daily event that makes Talbot Bay Australia’s most unusual natural wonder” he exclaims.
There are two horizontal waterfalls in the World, and they are both located in Western Australia in Talbot Bay in the Kimberley.