King Edward River Crossing (and great Kimberley slide show)
by Brad and Deb Myers
King Edward River
Hi Birgit, thanks for all the great info in your Kimberley guide. As part of our Kimberley trip we went up to the Mitchell Falls in late May and our Jeep Cherokee went great but without a snorkle we were glad it wasn't any deeper in the King Edward River crossing.
We had a great trip and are planning when we can return in a few years. I put a slideshow onto you tube if anyone would like to see it.
Thanks again Brad Myers.
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