Gibb River Road in November
Hi, I've read up about the Gibb River Road and have one big question. I'm desperate to travel the GRR but due to my time frame can only take it on in early to mid November. I understand that this is the beginning of the wet season and poses a few problems. I'll have to deal with the heat and humidity but my concern is that parts may be impassable and rivers uncrossable even with my 4x4. Obviously no one can predict the weather... and whether it will be possible or not. But from experience of previous wet seasons, is it likely to be possible (or even open!) at this time of year?
I've just downloaded the free pocket guide and it's a great read, answering virtually all the questions I had (and pretty much answering this question anyway) but I just wanted some advice as for me I'll do it in November or won't be able to at all.
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