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the Great Sandy Gardens ...

After a tiring 1400km round trip, a few pics to whet the appetite. A wonderful and diverse region of flora and fauna, I have decided to change the name from Desert to Gardens, if the mapmakers want to change it to something that better describes the area. 68 more words


Gorge's, Crocodiles and Caves

Before leaving Broome, after finishing work and before heading off on my road trip, unable to drive the Gibb River Road, I was keen to see some of the Kimberley national park before heading east. 381 more words

Travel Musings

Day 32 to Day 39 Broome, the Last Stop and the Road Home

It has been a week since I last posted and I can say that I’m now half way home. Sitting in an Alice Springs caravan park having just had tea. 670 more words

On The Road

Gibb River Road: Part 2. The Final Blog


Sometimes the best plans can be thwarted…this time the unseasonal rains came just at the wrong time. Our flight took off from Drysdale International “airport”, 6 passengers wedged into our small Cessna. 2,456 more words

Deserts Of Australia

Broome time

Broome – where the red desert meets the blue ocean of the famous Cable Beach.

Well we are back to civilisation for a few days. Camp is set up on the cliffs of Roebuck Bay and we have a great view over the aqua water. 137 more words

Stand Up Paddle

happy fish are warmer fish ...

I am about to leave on a field trip to where there are no fish … The Great Sandy Desert beckons, I will be back on Sunday night all going well.In the meantime, some reading at Jonova, where… 169 more words


Take me back

Ah Broome. The warm and sunny town reminds me of a time when life was simple. I was sent here last year for work, initially apprehensive and somewhat discomposed, then six months down the track found myself embraced by the community and way of life, and truly sad to leave. 277 more words