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I and all future readers would love to hear about your Kimberley adventures. 

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I'd love to hear about your experiences in the Kimberley, your top travel tips, the gems you discovered... anything about the Kimberley that you can share with us.

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What Other Visitors Have Said

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First Australian diamond found in situ 
In May 1977 I was recruited by Maureen Muggeridge to work for CRA Explorations on their diamond exploration program in the Kimberley. Because I had had …

Bogged in a salt plain - steps to help you get out 
Whilst travelling Cape York, we came across tourists who had bogged their hire 4WD in a salt plain. We then tentatively went out to assist …

Beware Dust from Road Trains 
Two weeks ago I drove along the Fairfield Leopold Road from Fitzroy Crossing to Windjana NP and did not expect to meet any road train on this 4 tonne limit …

Karunjie Road 
Hi Birgit, Even though I took this 'road' in 2013, after a brief reminder from another post, I thought I'd add this snap for anyone either contemplating …

Bell Gorge secret trail 
I visited Bell Gorge in June 2015 and I really wanted to get to the lower sections where two other waterfalls are located. I followed the south-west …

Unheralded Crater between the Bungle Bungles and Halls Creek 
My wife and I recently returned from a trip to the Kimberley. On the flight back, we passed over a stunning crater formation that I'd never heard about …

Geikie Gorge 2 hour boat trip 
It took a fair bit of money and time to do the Geikie Gorge 2 hour boat trip from Broome but it was probably worth it to have the close-up view of the …

Videos of our Kimberley/Gibb Adventure in a Rental Troopy 
Andy had already shared his great, very detailed Kimberley and Gibb River Road trip report here . Below is the video version. Thanks, Andy, for allowing …

Booking Accommodation in the Kimberley - A Cautionary Tale 
B's note: This cautionary tale about the scarcity of accommodation along the Gibb River Road was sent to me via email. It is only of concern to people …

The Kimberley in 1968 
It is now 42 years since I drove along the mostly dirt road from Derby to Mt House cattle station, and on to Wyndham. Along the way - the journey took …

Two Kimberley Videos 
Five of us travelled in 3 vehicles starting in Broome and doing a circular route up the highway to Kununurra and then down the Gibb River Road back …

Derby July 2010 
I revisited Derby after 25 years away. Nothing much has changed: streets still high in grasses, mud everywhere on endless plains, muddy water in Jetty--so …

Do your research!! 
I guess I just wanted to say that I have been using your guide and the Hema maps to plan my trip later this year to the Kimberley. It has taken many …

Kimberley trip slide on camper alternative 
Been following your great site for months. We are going in mid 2010 with our Nissan Navara Dual Cab 4WD and look like getting a Slide On Pop Top Camper …

Kimberley trip description and photos 
My wife and I recently (late May-early June) spent several weeks travelling in the Kimberley, using your excellent website and e-book as a guide. Thanks …

The Argyle in 1977 
Back in 1977, it was possible to get a job on the Argyle just by walking into a mining company office in Perth. I know – I did it! Out of money, I …

Almost There 
We almsot got there, 24hrs to go and the Troopie was packed and we were off on our long a waited Kimberley and everywhere in NT that we have so long planned. …

Urals sidecars units 
Photo by K.Ivoutin : "We rode that bike to hell and back" As Urals sidecars units are now being sold in Australia, would they make a good vehicle …

The Adventure of a lifetime 
Creek crossing on way to Mornington Sanctuary Photo by Serge Editor's note: Carol has submitted a very detailed and informative report …

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