by Steven Van Driessche
Day 1: Broome (picking up the camper 4X4 and getting to know it!) - Derby (camping)
Day 2: Derby - Tunnel Creek (visit) - Windjana Gorge (visit + camping)
Day 3: Windjana Gorge - Lennard Gorge (visit) - Bell Gorge (visit + camping)
Day 4: Bell Gorge - (Imintji store) - Adcock Gorge (visit) - Mt Barnett Roadhouse and Manning Gorge (visit + camping)
Day 5: Manning Gorge - El Questro township (all day driving + camping)
Day 6: El Questro Gorge (visit) - Emma Gorge (visit) - Kununurra (camping)
Day 7: Kununurra (visit, what things should we see while in Kununurra?)
Day 8: Kununurra - Katherine Gorge (all day drive + camping)
Day 9: Katherine Gorge (canoe)
Day 10: Katherine Gorge - Kakadu NP (sightseeing + camping)
Day 11: Kakadu NP (If we only have one full day should we visit Jim Jim Falls or are there other beautiful things to see?)
Day 12: Kakadu NP (sightseeing + driving) - Darwin
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Steven and Sofie
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