Purnululu (the Bungle Bungles)

After the Halls Creek Road it was back onto the bitumen for the drive down to the Purnululu (formerly the Bungle Bungles). Just before the turnoff is an Aboriginal community called Warmun (formerly Turkey Creek) where we stopped… Read More

Munja Track to Walcott Inlet

The Munja track was first cut through the hills in 1960s the by the Lacy Family, the pastoral lease holders, of Mt Elizabeth Station providing road access stations along the track, outstations for Mt Elizabeth as well as the Munja Mission…. 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

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

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

Cossack a Pearling Harbour Ghost Town

Whilst staying at Point Sampson we visited the deserted historical town of Cossack. At one point in the late 1890s this was a booming pearling harbor and has a number of historic buildings evidencing the boom town that… 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

Swimming with Whale Sharks

After talking to the children and a couple of days of snorkelling in Coral Bay we decided to extend our stay a bit longer and booked onto a swim with the ‘whale shark’ adventure to ensure we had… Read More

Carnarvon and the Cyclone

Due to the cyclone threat we headed back to Carnarvon to do some shopping and work out the next direction of our travels. Carnarvon is home to a large communication dish with a Museum so we took the… Read More

Kalbarri, River Gorges, beaches and flies

On our last morning at Geraldton we visited the museum which was fantastic for the children they had a read and find hunt of information and a list for the children to each lick off (Bianca’s was pictures… Read More