I am keen to drive to Kununurra, just myself and my dog, this December 2010. I have December and January to travel and really want to head to the Kimberley.
I am wondering if the weather will be too wet and unpredictable to travel the Gibb River Road at this time of year? I would love to see the gorges via the Gibb River Road and have been told it's a must see, however, I really don't want to be stuck somewhere waiting for the roads to clear. Any advice would be much appreciated.
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