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Now travelling eastwards, from Broome across the Kimberleys on the Gibb River Road into the Northern Territory.
The Gibb river Road was built in the 1970s to allow station owners to drive cattle from the massive inland Kimberley stations to remote ports on the Kimberley coast. It's really a 600km ‘bush track’ and is only traversable during the dry season by 4WD and allows access to many stunning remote gorges.