by Frank Weggelaar
Rock art at Munurru (King Edward River campsite)
We've just completed another Gibb River Road trip using your Destination Kimberley guide. Thank you for the excellent information and insight into so many of the attractions.
As we only had a month to travel from Perth and return we were selective in what we visited, planning to return when the wet season is not as dry as this year.
We found Mt Hart very welcoming and a pleasant start to the Gibb River Road.
We spent three nights at Mornington with the highlight being the canoe trip up Sir John Gorge, complete with lunch hamper as per your recommendation.
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