Archive for July, 2013

Broome Time

Where: Kimberley region of Western Australia Permits: None. But you might need to pre-book a campsite in peak season Costs: $$$ can be expensive so pick your restaurants carefully Difficulty: Easy (unless your venturing further north) Days required to do it justice: Longer than a day for sure I went to a friend’s house for dinner in Broome and one […]


Six tyres offroad

It’s the million dollar question in 4WD circles – what are the best tyres to buy to go four wheel driving? We’ve been asked this question a lot on our travels so we thought we’d share some of our thoughts on tyres. We don’t have the definitive answer but we’ve got some good ideas… First-up […]


Spot the Tracker

When we made the decision to begin our trip around Australia, safety was one of our main planning considerations. We thrive on going to very remote places where a lot of the time it is just the two of us and if an accident or a snake bite was to happen – how would we […]


The Super Moon

On the 23rd June 2013 there was a ‘Super Moon’. A super moon is when a full moon occurs when the moon is at its closest point to the Earth. A moon is always a difficult image for a photographer to capture so a super moon gives you the best chance of capturing a bigger […]


Keep River

Where: North-East of Kununurra on the Weaber Plain Road, WA/NT border Permits: None. These are station tracks so observe all signs, be aware of cattle and leave gates how you found them Costs: $0 Difficulty: Moderate (gravel, sandy tracks – be aware of cattle and station traffic) Days required to do it justice: 1-2 days This is a story about […]


1001 Extraordinary Experiences

A little while ago I submitted some images to the Tourism Western Australia 1001 Extraordinary Experiences competition/ad campaign. I’m very happy that they’ve chosen one of my pictures to be in the final ad. Share the link with your friends and promote the beauty of Western Australia. You can see my picture here: http://www.1001extraordinaryexperiences.com/#/experience/0610 And view […]


Karunjie Track

Where: The Karunjie-King River Road (start Point at the East Side of the Pentacost River crossing, Gibb River Road), Kimberley, WA Permits: None. These are station tracks so observe all signs, be aware of cattle and leave gates how you found them Costs: $0 Difficulty: Moderate (gravel, sandy tracks and eroded creek crossings – be aware of cattle and […]