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Drysdale River Station & King Edward River

The morning saw us packing up the tents and heading off once again, towards the Mitchell Plateau. We had a couple more nights camping along the way before we got to Mitchell Falls, and it was time for a shower so we stopped for the night at Drysdale River Station.


Camping on the banks of the Gibb River

Our third day saw us back on the track. Our first stop for the day was Ellenbrae Station, where we obviously had to try their famous scones with jam and cream.


Durak River crossing - our next camp on the Gibb River Road

One of the most delightful things about travelling along the Gibb River Road is the opportunity to set up camp on the banks of a river, or in one of the many free camping areas. 378 more words


Travelling The Gibb River Road - The Kimberley, W.A.

The Gibb River Road existed initally as a cattle route and even today is a 4-wheel-drive-only unmade road, stretching from near Wyndham in the east to Derby in the West Kimberley. 205 more words


Day 31 – 32 End of Gibb River Rd, Next Stop Broome

 As I quickly left the Gibb River Road on the 13 July to make the Horizontal falls trip, I missed going into Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek.   428 more words

On The Road

Broome, Middle Lagoon & Derby, starting to head east.


The title of this blog is Lennox Head to Broome Return, well we’ve arrived in Broome, so I guess the rest of this trip is the Return. 971 more words

Deserts Of Australia

29th May: Springs and Scrambling at El Questro

Thursday 29/05/2014
Andie writing

It was up at dawn again as usual before having our breakfast. Our first activity of the day was to go on a short bus ride to Zebedee Springs. 818 more words