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

Mitchell Falls

We arrived into the Mitchell Falls National Park camp ground just after lunch and thankfully the camp ground not too busy. We set up had lunch and then headed for a swim at little Mertens Falls as short… Read More

Munurru via Drysdale Station

After updating the map we left Mt Elizabeth slightly later than planned…we always aim to leave early but somehow loose time when packing. We were aiming for Munurru (King Edward River) which is on the Kalumbaru Rd turn… Read More

Munja Track back to Mt Elizabeth Station

We set off on an early start on the return journey back to Mt Elizabeth Station so that we could stop at a couple of sights, the first one being Jameson Arch. We hiked the steep vaguely marked track up to… Read More

Munja Track – Bachsten Camp

The next morning whilst eating breakfast seven brolgas flew down to the creek edge near camp and fossicked for their breakfast before flying off. We grabbed the camera ran over for a closer look at these beautiful majestic birds… 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

Magnificent Mornington

We set a camper trailer record getting up dressed, breakfast, packed and on the road by 7am!! And arrived at the Mornington Wilderness Camp gate, 50km from Charnley, by 745am and we got the okay to travel the… Read More

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