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Driving the Gibb River Road

By Brooke, Australia, February 2013

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The Kimberley is a remote region located in the northern section of Western Australia. It is here that the Gibb River Road transverses, spanning for 410 miles (660 km) from Derby to Kununurra. As both remote and a former cattle route, the road itself offers little more than that great Western Australia beauty for most of the journey – being both rugged and charming at the same time.

For the rest of the Gibb River Road, travelers have access to several natural wonders, such as the King Leopold Ranges, Adcock Gorge and Windjana Gorge National Park. The Kimberley region is known for its beautiful landscapes with striking ancient rock formations, savannahs, cliffs and gorges; just be sure to have your camera fully charged to capture the moment when it comes.

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