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Tunnel Creek National Park

What a stunning place! Tunnel Creek is quite famous in the Kimberley, so I wasn’t sure if it would live up to its reputation. I was also not sure how successful I would be taking photos in the very low light,  but I was pleasantly surprised when I downloaded my pictures. 16 more words


Day 72 - Gibb River Road

We arrived in Derby, a small town located on King Sound and boasting the highest tides in Australia of up to 12 metres between low and high tides. 1,604 more words


Barnett River Gorge

Still loving the Free camps. We stayed another night on the banks of the Gibb River when we reached the end of the Kalumbaru Road. The boys decided to check out a problem with the rear wheel on the car, and learned the hard way why you don’t jack up a car on the sand… 201 more words


Brolga Free Camp

Well, that isn’t really the name of this free camp, but when we first discovered it there were brolgas around the creek. It is near the King Edward River crossing on the Kalumbaru Road, and we set up camp there on our way back down from Mitchell Falls to re-join the Gibb River Road. 272 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. 517 more words

Travel Musings

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