Caravans On The Gibb River Road
Obviously you would not want to take a caravan on the Gibb River Road. However, is there place to leave our van on the eastern end as we make our way across (and then go back and get it)? Is it better to do the southern road first and then do the Gibb River and leave the van on the western end?
Off-road caravans on the Gibb River Rd.
Towing a caravan on the Gibb River Road
Gibb River Road with camper trailer?
Response to: Caravans On The Gibb River Road
You are correct. You shouldn't take caravans across the Gibb River Road
(unless they are dedicated, tough offroad vans). So yes, if you bring your caravan and want to do the Gibb River Road as well, then you have to leave it somewhere.
Which road you do first, and whether you leave the van in Broome
or in Kununurra
, does not make any difference. Either way it is a huge detour to travel the Gibb River Road without the van and to then go back and get it.
Here are some places that offer a caravan storage service:Caravan Storage in Broome:
Broome Storage & Removals (Lucas St.) 9192 1354
Keshi Storage & Containers (Haynes St.) 9193 5343
Allied Pickfords also have a local agent in Broome and are apparently familiar with that kind of request.Caravan Storage in Derby:
Hamlet Grove Caravan Storage (Manning Rd.) 0408 911460
Kimberley Entrance Caravan Park (Rowan St.) 9193 1055Caravan Storage in Kununurra:
Hidden Valley Tourist Park (Weaber Plains Rd.) 9168 1790
Kununurra Engineering (Poincettia Way, near Hidden Valley) 9169 3570
Zebra Rock Gallery (Packsaddle Rd.) 9168 1114
--Related Reader Pages:Towing a caravan on the Gibb River RoadOff-Road Caravans on the Gibb River Road Standard caravans on the Gibb River Road
Travelling to the Northern Territory?
Destination Top End offers the same comprehensive, detailed insider information for the tropical regions of the Northern Territory.
A must have if you travel to or from Darwin.
NEW! Destination Red Centre is the latest addition in this popular series. Monica Coleman takes you through Australia's red Outback heart, offering all the detail and insider tips that you have come to know and love about our guides. With special emphasis on Aboriginal communities and culture.
A must have if you travel to or from Alice Springs/Uluru.
Return to top
Return to Kimberley Travel Guide home page