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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
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
About 100kms from Broome, on the Dampier Peninsula, is Beagle Bay. At the Aboriginal community there is a church built by German missionaries in 1917, replacing one built in 1896 by French monks sent out as missionaries. During World War 1, … Continue reading
Sun Pictures is an open air cinema in Broome, which claims to be the oldest operating “Picture Gardens” in the world, in operation for over 90 years. Inside the building you can see old equipment from the time of silent … Continue reading
On the way to Broome I made a slight detour into Marble Bar, known as the hottest town in the country because it is often over 40C in summer, but a rather chilly (to the locals) 20 degrees that day. … Continue reading
Well, I’m here in Broome, and about the first thing I did was head down to the famous Cable Beach for a swim, and then a few photos, including this one. (click for the larger size) More to come soon.