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2008-12-26 - Djukbinj National Park, Boxing Day 2008 040.jpg
D3 in the Mary River Flood plains48 viewsFamily was down South with the In-laws, so I went for a drive on Boxing Day - which is the monsoon time, or \'The Wet\'. Was doing a test run with the off-raod trailer in preparation for the trip I was planning to the Kimberley six months later. Couldn\'t quite make it out of the creek, so a self-recovery was in order. Good thing it all worked, as I didn\'t see another car in over four hours. They were too smart to drive down the track I was on!
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105 viewsKimberley Karavan
64 viewsGibb River Rd, Kimberley
15 views23867km March/September 2010 - The Nullarbour, Pilbra, Kimberley, Gregory NP, The Centre
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D3 in the Kimberley - on the Gibb River Road, crossing the Pentecost River49 viewsNot too far in on the Western end of the Gibb River Road is the Pentecost River, with the ranges in the back ground - an iconic shot of the Gibb River Road.
Kimberley Karavan435 views
Entrance to El Questro Station, Gibb River Rd, Kimberley, WA, Australia180 views
Along Gibb River Road, Kimberley, WA, Australia132 views
Crossing Drysdale River, Kimberley, WA135 viewsCrossing a river near Drysdale River Rd, Kimberley, WA, Australia
Queen Victoria\'s Head, Gibb River Rd, Kimberley, WA, Australia154 views
End of Gibb River Road, Kimberley, WA, Australia174 views
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D3 in the Kimberley - on the track to the Mitchell Falls, crossing the King Edward River48 viewsSix weeks after the tharck has been opened the water levels in the King Edward River have greatly reduced. This is the start of the 80km track up onto the Mitchell Plateau.
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D3 in the Kimberley - on the track to Port Warrender45 viewsBeyond the track to the Mitchell Falls is the very rough track down to the coast and Port Warrender
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D3 in the Kimberley - at Port Warrender44 viewsAfter taking 90 minutes to travel the last 6 km, we arrived at Port Warrender, part of the pristine wilderness known as the Kimberley Coast. The only people down here are mad scientists looking for spiders and rocks - and mad keen 4WD\'ers.
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