So where are we? We’re in the Kimberley, one of the last wildernesses in the world and one of the least populated areas anywhere. It’s right at the north-eastern end of Western Australia and its eastern edge is the border with the Northern Territory. 807 more words
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It’s 5am on a chilly winter’s morning in July. It’s still dark and we’re sitting in a hotel’s open-air restaurant trying to stuff as much breakfast into us before we set off. 777 more words
Our next destination on the Gibb River Road adventure is Manning Gorge. Which is West of the Kullumburu Road junction. Fortunately the road conditions appear to be improving heading west. 1,033 more words
Repaired and restocked, we once again depart Kununurra for our trip across the Gibb River Road to our ultimate destination of Broome.
We decided to take an alternate route West to the start of The Gibb which takes us along Parry’s Creek Road to Wyndham. 1,242 more words