I've planned to travel the Gibb River Road next April for fishing as well as for sight seeing. You mentioned a few times that bringing a camping trailer along is not suitable. How about a little boat trailer and is it worth it? I'm afraid that there are too many waterfalls to even drive that dinghy. How far off the main track would I have to go to find suitable waterways?
Thank you for your time and help!
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