In the heart of NT where the tropics meet the outback. Katherine is a place not to be missed whilst in Australia. Katherine being the third largest town in NT, its home to the beautiful Nitmiluk National Park. Only a short drive from the township. Katherine Gorge has become the main attraction within the park… Continue reading Exploring Katherine and the surrounding area.
The last or first stop for many visitors visiting the kimberley region of Australia. Kununurra is a thriving town East of the kimberley, in the Miriwoung country. Home to tropical fruit, lush farmland and the gateway to being an Explorer or adventurous. We only spent an afternoon in this town, restocking up on supplies, but… Continue reading Kununurra and Lake Argyle the gateway to being an Explorer.
Stretching over 660 km the Gibb river Road is known for the use of a cattle route in the outback of Western Australia. Mostly known today as a 4 wheel drive track with lots of national parks. Which are home to cascading waterfalls, majestic mountains, deep gorges and an array of wildlife. The kimberley has… Continue reading Gibb River Road 12 days in the outback
Dampier peninsula is the perfect gateway for the adventurous souls stretching over 220 kilometres. To experience some of Kimberleys beautiful and secluded spots. This remote and stunning country is home to thriving Aboriginal communities. This country became one of my favourite spots. Often spending long weekends visiting this area. James price point only being 55… Continue reading Dampier Peninsula
Broome is known as a historical pearling town, situated in the region of Kimberly. The location is magnificent , endless white beaches, turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, with a strikingly constrast against the red pindan cliffs. Its the perfect holiday gateaway to the wild Kimberley region. With warm temperatures and a pleasant tropical vibe,… Continue reading Broome a vibrant coastal town
Leaving the red dirt behind us we decided to head north along the Great Northern Highway, the longest highway in Australia. It is also a main route for all the road trains heading to and from the mining fields situated in the heart of the Pilbara. It was one very busy road. I decided to… Continue reading Onwards to The Kimberleys
In the heart of Western Australias Pilbara region, you can discover a journey through earth’s natural history. Carved over two billion years. From coral bay we travelled over 400 km inland to the Pilbara region. Red dirt land! This was one place on my wish list to visit. Paddling through crystal clear water, descending into… Continue reading Australia’s hidden secret Karijini National Park