14 nights in the Kimberleys - Kununurra to Kununurra 1st-15th Aug.
by Cheryle & Bruce P
(Port Macquarie, NSW)
We are leaving home (Port Macquarie NSW) on 2nd July 2009 to travel to Darwin, Kakadu and then the highlight of our trip, into the Kimberleys. Below is our itinerary, which we would love you to comment on.
I put it together after buying a copy of your book Destination Kimberley, which I am totally hooked on along with your website.
Have I allowed enough time? And is there anything I have missed? We still have one night up our sleeve to spend somewhere. Any suggestion as to where we might spend it?
Day1 153kms to first night camp Durack River crossing.
Day2 251kms to King Edward River campsite 2nd night camp.
Day3 85kms to Mitchell Falls campsite. Helicopter flight to falls and walk back. Camp here 3rd night.
Day4 120kms to Mt Elizabeth Station 4th night camp.
Day5 Visit Mt Barnett roadhouse, Galvans Gorge & Adcock gorge. 5th night camp Charnley River station 135kms for day.
Day6 Mornington Wilderness camp 138kms for day 6th night camp.
Day7 Bell Gorge 153kms for day 7th night camp.
Day8 Visit Lennard Gorge on way to Windjana gorge. 146kms for the day. 8th night camp.
Day9 Tunnel Creek. 9th night camp at RAAF bushcamp. 95kms for the day.
Day10 Fitzroy Crossing, Geikie Gorge. 10th night camp at Mary Pool rest area. 273kms for the day.
Day11 Wolfe Creek crater. 244kms for the day. 11th night camp.
Day12 313kms for the day. China Wall at Halls Creek to Bungle Bungles for 12th & 13th night camp. Do walks and flight over the park.
Back to Kununurra to pick up c/van and head home to Port Macquarie NSW.
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