by Patch Callahan
My partner and I have 8 days in Broome and really want to go inland for a few days. It appears that the Gibb River Road has some of the closest, best sites the area has to offer. (While it's a fair hike, I think we're going to have to go a long way in any direction to see much?)
We'd like a few days in Broome, too. Is it feasible for us to do say 4 days/3 nights from Broome? Do you think we'll get far enough to see some good stuff? Or perhaps we could high tail it to one particularly nice spot and spend a couple of days there?
Arriving Friday 25 July.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
As has already been mentioned, awesome website. I have done a lot of travel and come across few websites with as helpful information as what you've provided.
In fact, your website is WHY I want to do this trip. Gagging to get out there.
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