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  • A Solo Trek in the Eastern Goldfields of Western Australia My overseas long-distance solo trek has been scuppered due Posted by IvaS in A Solo Trek in the Eastern Goldfields | Jun 10, 2021
  • UluruPalya! In this blog, I am going to cover some tips and tricks of our Uluru trip. It took just one sight of the rock to really guage its might and in no time we were looking up the internet to Posted by MeetV in Meet & Divya Travel Diaries | Jun 6, 2021
  • The Long March Home – Wooleen Station TourThursday 27th May Great accommodation. I woke up early as usual, showered and was ready for breakfast of bacon and eggs. Crispy bacon always make one happy. As I have said before, the only people who are unhappy Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 27, 2021
  • The Long March Home – Wooleen StationWednesday 26th May We left at 0700 hrs and was escorted out of the station by Marty, the station manager. It was 30 km of gravel. Luckily, the corrugations were not too bad. The reason for the escort Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 26, 2021
  • The Long March Home – Warrora BeachesTuesday 25th May Bill took us on the track to the nearby beach (Shack Beach). As we come to realize, there are quite a few little beaches on the station, each beautiful and usually with a small campsite for free Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 26, 2021
  • The Long March Home – Warrora HomesteadMonday 24th May Another big drive to Warroora. Stopped for lunch at Nanutarra roadhouse. This was immediately renamed as the Nanu Nanu roadhouse in honour of Robin Williams of Mork and Mindy fame. Came off the highway into Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 26, 2021
  • The Long March Home - Point SamsonSunday 23rd May Today is a 800 Km (500 mile) drive. It took us over 7 hours cruising at 110 km/hr. Very short stops and 2 driver changes and we arrived at the Point Samson Resort. Point Samson Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 26, 2021
  • Back to Broome - The Kimberley Sands ResortSaturday 22nd May We emptied the car and repacked everything. We will need our winter gear as we are heading south and from all accounts, the weather is certainly wintery and miserable. After the 3 S’s (sh##, shower and Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 26, 2021
  • Tunnel Creek and back to DerbyFriday 21st May This is our final day on the Gibb. It will be a travel day with a stop at either Windjana gorge or Tunnel Creek. Back on the gravel corrugated road out of Mt Hart. We Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 26, 2021
  • Market daysWhat better pastime on a weekend than supporting our regional economy by visiting farmers’ markets. So Saturday morning we did a couple of little jobs at home and headed north just after 11 o’clock. Lancefield farmer’s market is located along the Posted by debsonthemove in Our next chapter | May 23, 2021
  • Exploring Mt Hart Thursday 20th May Off to the Dolerite gorge. This is named after the Dolerite rock which is a very dramatic looking dark rock. It was supposed to be 800 m walk into the gorge for some swimming but that Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 22, 2021
  • Mt HartWednesday 19th May Today was a travel day. Left Mt Barnett at about 0900 hrs. Had to spend quite a bit of time waiting to fill up the water tanks. Amazing how much water we are using just Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 22, 2021
  • Manning GorgeTuesday 18th May Finally got a hot shower. Tepid more like. I know that the caretakers are trying hard but it is a bit ridiculous that a place with probably a hundred campers a night has only 4 hot Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 22, 2021
  • Mt BarnettMonday 17th May Great day. Leisurely start. By now Deb and I have got our heads around the camper trailer. We decamped in record time. Hitched the car to the trailer first time using the hand held Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 22, 2021
  • Ormiston Pound CircuitWe got a sleep in this morning with a 4.30a wake up call! I only woke twice in the night but both times I peeked out over the top of my swag to see the fire still crackling and the Milky Posted by adventure_megs in Spicey Treks Larapinta | May 22, 2021
  • Mount SonderAnother night under the stars although technically tonight was half a night. Our wake up for the day was 1.30am! Today’s aim was to be at the summit of Mount Sonder just before sunrise. Word on the street was it Posted by adventure_megs in Spicey Treks Larapinta | May 21, 2021
  • Sandy Beach Gorge - EllenbraeSunday 16th May Love the Ellenbrae campsite. Not much to do at Ellenbrae. Late start – 0630 hr! Bill rekindled the fire which had burnt to complete powder ash overnight. We had the best camp fire in Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 22, 2021
  • Glen Helen Gorge to Ormiston GorgeAnother night under the glorious stars! I’ve woken both nights at random points and rolled over looking out of the swag to experience the magnificence of the Milky Way and the abundance of stars. I was a little cold out Posted by adventure_megs in Spicey Treks Larapinta | May 20, 2021
  • Serpentine Gorge to Serpentine Chalet DamThis morning was a 5am wake up call. It is beautiful to be able to open your eyes and see the sky filled with stars and The Milky Way streaking across your blurred vision. Camp fire kicking in to begin Posted by adventure_megs in Spicey Treks Larapinta | May 19, 2021
  • EllenbraeSaturday 15th May Another great day. Leisurely start. Let El Questro station by 0930 hrs. As you would know that it is a LATE start for us. We decided to give the El Questro gorge a miss Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 22, 2021
  • Alice Springs to Wallaby GapFull of excitement we all met in the foyer of the hotel for an early 630am start. After ironing out a few breakfast issues we were off in the bus to our drop off point at the head of the Posted by adventure_megs in Spicey Treks Larapinta | May 18, 2021
  • Emma GorgeFriday 14th May Another early start to Emma gorge. By 0830 hrs, it was already pretty hot. However, it was very cold last night. A jumper and under the duvet for me. At least we left the Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 22, 2021
  • El QuestroThursday 13th May Road to El Questro Yet another early start Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 22, 2021
  • Parry CreekWednesday 12th May Deb and I started early. Everyday is an early start. We drove to a nearby bird watching spot, Maribong Hide. On the way, we stopped at the old Telegraph hill which had the ruins of Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 21, 2021
  • WyndhamTuesday 11th May Harry had planned a lazy start and to leave Lake Argyle at 0930 hr. Unfortunately, Debbie and I needed to get to Kunnunarra, firstly to get a SD card reader as the one I have is getting Posted by wilson.lim61 in Driving the Gibb | May 21, 2021
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