The incredible King George Falls flowing hard
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February 28, 2014, 1 Comment

A scenic flight is a “must-do” of any visit to the Kimberley. Treat yourself to a helicopter flight or air tour for some jaw-dropping views.

El Questro Gorge
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February 2, 2014, No comments

Many of the Kimberley’s most famous gorges are located along the Gibb River Road – it’s the reason this long, dusty and sometimes bone-jarring road is so popular with adventure travellers.

Roadsign at the start of the Gibb River Road
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September 16, 2013, No comments

We’ve put together a suggested trip itinerary to help you plan a self-drive tour of the Kimberley.

This itinerary has been designed for those who would like to see as much of the Kimberley during a two-three week visit, which is a common amount of time for many people on holidays.

Towing a caravan on the Gibb River Road
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July 21, 2013, 1 Comment

One of the most frequently asked reader questions is – can we take our caravan on the Gibb River Road?

It is possible to travel the Gibb River Road with an off-road caravan, but you should definitely not tow a standard road caravan.

Travelling with dogs and pets
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July 21, 2013, 5 Comments

A comprehensive guide to dog friendly accommodation in the Kimberley.

We’ve also included boarding kennel options and a list of places that you can’t travel too with a pet.

Gibb River Road Status
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July 21, 2013, No comments

Situated in the far north of Western Australia, the Kimberley has two seasons – wet and dry. Being so close the the equator, the climate is tropical.

The extremes of these two season make for very different travel experiences, depending on the time of year you visit.

  • The incredible King George Falls flowing hard
  • El Questro Gorge
  • Roadsign at the start of the Gibb River Road
  • Towing a caravan on the Gibb River Road
  • Travelling with dogs and pets
  • Gibb River Road Status

Diesel on the Gibb River Road

Petrol and Diesel – Gibb River Road Service Stations

July 15, 2014, No comments

Generally, it is not a problem finding fuel on the Gibb River Road. There are two main roadhouses at Imintji and Mt Barnett, as well as supplies at Dr ...

Tyre Repairs on the Gibb River Road

Tyre and Mechanical Repairs on the Gibb River Road

July 15, 2014, No comments

The Gibb River Road is notorious for it's endless corrugations and sharp rocks, and flat tyres are a common problem! If possible, it's a good idea to ...

Karijini Sunset

Karijini National Park

June 25, 2014, No comments

  Located in the heart of the Pilbarra in the state‚Äôs northwest, Karijini is one of Western Australia’s largest national parks, and many ...