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Day 57. Mitchell Falls to Drysdale River Station

We all woke up very excited this morning as we would be seeing Mitchell Falls, the Holy Grail of the Gibb River Road. To put it in perspective the Gibb is closed through the wet, the Kalumburu rd and Mitchell … Continue reading

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Day 56 Drysdale River Station to Mitchell Falls

Woke up to a beautiful day – no rain, yay!! Still no permit and the word going around the camp was that they would not be because a car had been washed off the river crossing late yesterday. Feeling a … Continue reading

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Day 35. Karijini to Millstream

A bit of excitement this morning when our breakfast was interrupted by the yells of ‘Snake!’ from a fellow camper. After a bit we went over to see and were treated to seeing the said snake swallowing his breakfast – … Continue reading

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Day 34. Karijini

More gorging, but a bit easier today, and a late start as we had a lazy morning. Slightly weary legs from yesterday. Starting from our campsite we walked along the Dales Gorge Rim trail, a bit of a different perspective … Continue reading

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Day 33. Karijini

Today we gorged out on gorges. Lots of walks down into the gorges, swims in the pools at the bottom and then hikes out. Joffre Falls First the lookout and then down into the gorge. The walk took us across … Continue reading

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Day 19 Monkey Mia

We woke up and off to the famed dolphin feeding of Monkey Mia. About 150 people and only 5 dolphins, 3 of which were being fed. A little under wheming especially as Tom and I have seen heaps of dolphins … Continue reading

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Day 15 Cervantes to Kalbarri, via The Pinnacles

Well the Pinnacles aren’t exactly on the way. In fact they are in the complete opposite direction being 20 kms south of Cervantes. Not much to explain about this really the pictures explain it all. Follow these topics: Western Australia

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