After just under 4 weeks exploring Broome, Cape Leveque and the Gibb River road, we pressed on to Lake Argyle and the Bungle Bungles.
If you want a guide that covers literally everything you’d want to know about the Kimberley, you’ll find it here – the ultimate guide to the Kimberley.
In case you missed the other posts, you can see them here:
Broome and the trip up
The Gibb River Road part 1
The Gibb River Road part 2
Lake Argyle; probably the most scenic place we visited
Lake Argyle Resort and Caravan Park
19 times the water capacity of Sydney harbour is held up by one relatively small wall
Lake Argyle Resort’s infinity pool. A class of its own!
Lake Argyle flowing into the Ord River
Living the dream
Lake Argyle boat tour with Matt
More water than you can imagine. We travelled over 100km by boat over 6 hours
One of the rivers feeding Lake Argyle
The Silver Cobbler 2 – the boat to go on!
You don’t see water this calm very often
At 50km/h its a sight to behold
Feeding some fish at Lake Argyle
An amazing bird of prey
Swimming in the lake as the sun sets; magic
A perfect way to wind the day up
There are around 25,000 freshwater crocodiles in Lake Argyle
The sunsets here are unbelievable
Perfect reflections; its pretty rare!
Words don’t do this place justice
Paradise on a boat!
The last of the sun
Trying our luck fishing off the flood way
We caught a catfish and sooty grunter
The helicopter tour at Lake Argyle
Lake Argyle Hydroelectric power generation. This saves 60 million litres of diesel per year
The sun transforms the rock here
Off to the Bungles
Walking into the Echidna Chasm
Staggering scenery, as per the Kimberley norm
A short, rewarding walk
It’s much bigger than I realised
The bee hives, in all their beauty
There are some great lookouts here too
Trying to capture the scenery
My shorts blend in!
Well worth the drive in
There are way more Bee hives than I expected
We splashed out on an 18 minute helicopter ride
Which was a huge highlight of our trip
The view from above is unreal
They might look small from here, but they aren’t!
Nature at its best
We live in an incredible country
Our last sunset at the Bungles
The more we travel, the more we love our 4WD!
A couple of the minor corrugations on the way in
Bungle Bungle lookout
After 5 weeks, it was a bit of a shock to head back to Perth. Nonetheless, that’s life, and we had a holiday that was so jammed full of amazing experiences. You can’t put a price on a holiday like that, and we now have memories that will last forever.