Charnley River

Everyone we met talked about Mornington Wilderness Camp being difficult to get into, they have limited camp numbers and they have a radio at the gate to call. We had heard that you need to be at the… Read More

Silent Grove Camp and Bell Gorge

The drive to silent Grove Camp ground in the King Leopold Ranges was very beautiful as we approached the mountain range. We arrived at Silent Grove Camp and our new friends came running up to greet us asking… Read More

Mt Hart Wilderness Lodge

Travelling along the Gibb River Road the next day we found the road was in pretty good condition only a few corrugations and in some sections wide enough to be a dirt highway. Some people drove like it… Read More

Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek

We were excited to be heading into the vast Kimberley all along the Gibb River Road which traverses across the Kimberley. This area has a lot of early Australian farming history and still has a number of large… Read More

Derby for a day

After Broome we were heading east into the vast Kimberley and the start of the Gibb River Road. The little town of Derby on the coast of the King Sound and Derby boasts Australia’s highest tidal variation at… Read More

Quandong Point Beach north of Broome

We decided to move north of Broome whilst we waited for my computer to be fixed and I was a little concerned that all the camp sites on Wiki Camps had signs with crocodiles on them! We followed… Read More

Cape Leveque and spear making

In Broome and we caught up with the two Victorian families we had met in Karijini again and the kids all had a ball in the caravan park swimming pool. After a couple of nights hear, several loads of… Read More

80 Mile Beach

We had a brief stop over for two nights at 80 Mile Beach and saw the amazing tidal changes which can be as much as a 10metre variance between the high tide and the low tide. The low… Read More

Murujuga National Park

From Point Sampson we visited the Murujuga National Park is WA’s newest national park only recognized in 2013. The site is nestled on the Burrup Peninsula at Deep George amongst the gas and iron ore industries. The Deep… Read More

Karratha and Point Sampson

The next day we drove into Karratha where we saw more of the trains. This is where the trains all come to unload the ore. We drove along the peninsula and got a view of the loading bays… Read More

The Railway Road to Millstrean Chichester NP

Andrew obtained his permit to drive the Rio Tinto Railway Road. We were we would see lots of trains and we did. Trains with empty carriages were heading to Tom Price and trains full of Iron ore were… Read More

Kermits Pool and Weano George

The next day after this having climbed two class 4 walks we felt brave enough to takle a class 5 and into Kermits Pool one of the gorges in the Weano Gorge. It was quite an adventure from… Read More