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

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

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

Kalumburu – Honeymoon Bay

After Munurru we headed for Kalumbaru an Aboriginal Community on the north coast of the Kimberley. We were a bit sad to say goodbye to our new friends but we needed to restock we had run low on… Read More

Munurru (King Edward River)

After our exciting Mitchell Falls adventure we headed back to Munurru (King Edward River) as we had not visited the sights there. We arrived in the morning and went directly to the indigenous rock art sites which are… Read More

Mt Elizabeth Station and The Munja Track

Mt Elizabeth Station was our next stop on the Gibb but only a one night stop over to access the Munja Track. The camping at Mt Elizabeth station is well spread out with nice grassy sites and some… Read More

Mt Barnett Station – Manning Gorge

The 88km drive out of Mornington is fantastic…gorgeous mountain views and boab tress – however with the long driveways and side trips to gorges we had used much more fuel than we initially expected luckily our next stop… 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

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