I don’t know why it’s called “rainbow valley”, it’s only shades of red, but still quite pretty at sunset : And in the morning : $3.30 to wake up with a view like that from my swag …..priceless.
This would have been a lovely swimming hole on a hot day…except for the saltwater crocodile that had been sighted here ! A large “saltie” was seen there the day before, so there was no swimming to be done here … Continue reading →
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After the luxury of a few hundred kms on bitumen it was back on to the dirt into Purnululu. The road track in is rougher than the Gibb, and there are strict warning notices at the entrance to the park … Continue reading →
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Next overnight camp was to be at Mt Barnett roadhouse, with a couple of smaller gorges en route. The first was Adcock Gorge, and was the first time I needed to actually use 4WD …the track in was rough, rutted … Continue reading →
As I previously mentioned, the Gibb River road is one of Australia’s best tours for any 4WD owner. Although you usually do not need to use 4WD on the main track, you do need a 4WD, and one with high … Continue reading →
After nearly 1000kms of dirt road I’ve finished the Gibb River Road, the only drama being that the air-con has stopped working ….maybe it’s clogged up with dust ! Everything else is covered with red Kimberley dust, even clothes packed … Continue reading →