Darwin to Broome in 4 weeks?
(Ocean Shores NSW)
My husband and I plan to spend 4 weeks driving from Darwin to Broome, touring the Kimberleys in a hire 4wd camper. We are flying to Darwin late August and will be travelling to Katherine stopping off at Kakadu for a few days. Then travelling the Gibb River Road through the Kimberleys. We were planning on flying out of Broome but are wondering if we should travel back to Darwin via Great Northern Highway so we can do the Bungle Bungles? We also would like to travel to Cape Leveque.
What do you suggest as we do not want to be pulling up camp everyday. We obviously want to make the most of our time and get to see and experience as much as we can. Do you have a suggested itinerary for a 4 week period? Also
do you also have any advise on reputable 4wd camper hire companies or mainly the ones to avoid!
Lots of questions B!! Thanks for your help and your great website.
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