Heading to Home Valley at the latter stage of our Gibb River Road trip, the traffic really started to get a hurry on. There was a place called Ellenbrae Station that we wanted to visit because it has a reputation for magnificent Devonshire teas. You know you’re getting old when you want to visit a place because of its scones. Continue reading “Done and Dusted – the last of The Gibb”
Drysdale River Station felt like the starting block for the road to our point-of-no-return. Continue reading “Up the top through Drysdale River Station”
With the month drawing to a close, we were back on the road heading to Manning Gorge. Continue reading “Man! What about that Manning Gorge!”
At long last, we reached a point where we could break camp with some semblance of order. About time don’t you think? Continue reading “Preserving the wilderness – Mornington Wilderness Park”
After leaving Mt Hart Homestead, our destination was the campsite ten kilometres from Bell Gorge in the King Leopold Ranges.
This was the drive we’d been waiting for. The Gibb River Road. The road we had planned our car-caravan combination around (otherwise known as ‘the rig’) .