Gibb River Road in the Kimberley
The Gibb River Road is a road in the Kimberley Region, a former cattle route stretching east to west direction, 660 kilometres long. Taking in the sights of Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek and the mighty Pentecost and Ord Rivers along the way.
The Aboriginal community of Kalumburu can be found there where people can stay and fish from the reef.
Mc Gowan Island is located at the end of Kalumburu Road through the Gibb River Road. It is right on one of the best beaches of East Kimberley and a destination for most fun outdoor activities such as camping, and fantastic for fishing, oysters and crabs that are just within easy reach.
Discover the Aboriginal rock art and native vegetation of Mitchell River National Park, a national park in the Gippsland region of Victoria, Australia.
Trek along Mitchell Plateau and view the majestic Mitchell Falls, four waterfalls cascading over layers of rock into a deep pool.
It is a remote region of Australia, so be prepared to take your journey on one of our Australia adventure tours.
Photo courtesy of www.kimberleyaustralia.com