Gibb River Road with the whole family
by Martin van der Graaf
Dear Birgit, hereby some links to our website and the route we did in Sept/Oct 2009 from Darwin to Perth via Kakadu, Purnululu and the Gibb River Road with our family.
We rented 2 Britz Safari packages with two big tents. We were with 5 adults and two kids of 2.5 and 5 years old.
We had a wonderful time and this was a remarkable trip we will never forget. Especially Purnululu was very beautiful and despite the basic camping facilities it was more than worth it.
We have used your Kimberley guide while planning the trip and took it with us "on the road". We found lots of usable information about the Kimberley in the book and on your website. Keep up the good work.
If (Dutch) readers want to know more about our trip they can contact us via the http://de7downunder.waarbenjij.nu/ website
The stories, in Dutch, and some pictures you can find on:
Google earth route per day
Maybe it can help people to plan a trip.
Met vriendelijke groet / Best regards,
Martin van der Graaf and Family de Vreede
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