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Emma Gorge

4 June—5 June 2002

Yesterday I got up early and started packing up the camp.  We bought some ice and drove into Kununurra.  Susie posted some letters and then we went to the tele-centre to check our email and send a fax to the manager of Curtin Detention Centre.  718 more words


Geiki Gorge, Tunnel Creek and Winjana Gorge (Photographs)

Next stop we were off to Fitzroy Crossing. Geiki Gorge was beautiful, but the official walking track was terrible… so we made our own tracks. Then we tested our 2wds on the Leopold Downs road – sand, corrugations, creek crossing – to see Tunnel Creek and Windjana Gorge. 117 more words


Frankly, my dear, I don't Gibb a dam.

The Gibb River Road: An iconic 4WD conquest…

For the number of people travelling it and the amount of sealed sections the only reason you need a 4WD is so that you can explore the side roads. 288 more words

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Further afield - Darwin to Broome

The Kimberley or the one in which Jonty traveled over 2,000km overland through remote Australia, ran 46km at dawn, dusk and dark in the outback, camped under the stars, didn’t speak German, got lost, swam in idyllic pools at the end of palm tree filled gorges, has never been dirtier or smellier, and saw no snakes, mosquitoes or spiders, but plenty of giant fruit bats, crocodiles, bizarre trees and red earth. 2,177 more words


Mitchell Falls

At the beginning of this trip Master T and Master J would be lucky to make it through a 2km walk. By the time we got to Mitchell Falls however they were managing two 2.5-3km walks in a day. 161 more words


Hunting for rock art

We spent alot of time in the Kimberley searching for Aboriginal rock art. It’s not that the sites aren’t well advertised, more that when you show up at a site the track is not necessarily clear nor are the individual artworks sign posted – you have to find them, which is half the fun, particularly for the kids, young and old, coz who doesn’t love a good treasure hunt. 185 more words


One year on the road!!

At the beginning – Mt Feathertop, Bright

July 2015.- Larrawa Station

Well, we have been on the road for exactly 1 year now! 365 days of travelling, camping, house sitting, seeing the most amazing sights. 621 more words