Savannah Way – Roper Bar and Ngukurr

The Savannah Way is a collection of roads linking a tourist route from Broome to Cairns. Leaving Mataranka, Elsey NP the Roper Highway is an unsealed road alternate route which of course we chose to follow. This route… Read More

Mataranka – Elsey NP and the Bitter Springs

Our next stop was Mataranka – a small town next to the Elsey National Park this National Park was established from the purchase of Elsey Station which is famous due to the Australian classic ‘We of the Never… Read More

Leilyn (Edith Falls) again, and Katherine

After the amazing Kakadu we started to head south and decided to return to Edith Falls for an easy stopover and we were lucky enough to get a camp for the night where we could stay hitched (one… Read More

Kakadu – Yellow Water, Nourlangi, Koolpin and Gunlom

Kakadu NP is huge and so we moved camp to the Cooinda Lodge Caravan Park in the southern part of the park so that we were based closer to the Yellow Water Cruise for our 6.45am start. From… Read More

Kakadu – Jabiru , Ubirr and Oenpelli Arnhen Land

We were excited to be arriving in the town of Jabiru in the Northern part of Kakadu National Park. Kakadu had a big reputation as a National Park – World Heritage Listing for the natural and cultural significance… Read More


We packed camp early to avoid the heat and finally set off for Darwin. When we arrived we decided to camp at the Freespirit Caravan Park…which had reasonable Wiki Camp reviews and the children wanted to go there… Read More

Crab Claw Island Resort

From Litchfield we headed out to the coast to Crab Claw Island Resort….up here the words resort are used liberally – if you have a restaurant, accommodation, toilets, showers and swimming pools you can qualify for the name… Read More

Litchfield National Park

We were excited about heading to Litchfield National Park – this park has many beautiful sights to visit and see. We were coming from the south entered the park via the Reynolds Track a 4×4 track. (Of course)… Read More

Douglas Daly Springs (Tjuwaliyn)

Our next planned stop was the Douglas Daly Hot Springs called Tjuwaliyn by the traditional owners of the area – this was a sacred womens only site however the Traditional Owners now welcome all visitors to enjoy the… Read More

Nitmiluk National Park – Katherine Gorge and Leliyn (Edith Falls)

Leaving Lake Argyle we headed east and cross the border into the Northern Territory. We were a bit sad to be leaving the beautiful state of W.A. after an amazing four months on the road. The sign post… Read More

Lake Argyle

Lake Argyle is called the Jewel of the Kimberley – and it was easy to see why….the amazing azure blue against the rocky hills provides stunning views from every angle. The drive to Lake Argyle from Kununurra is… Read More


Since leaving El Quester Aaron has wanted a Bull Skull with horns…and on the drive out of Purnululu Aaron spotted this cow skull and begged to keep it…but we left it by the side of the road.(no room… Read More