Karijini NP, WA
As part of the planning for this trip around Oz, Chels and I decided that we would spend most of the time on the coast for the waves, the snorkelling, the fishing, etc. However, along the way we have ventured inland many times for various adventures and ‘must dos’. Karijini NP was one of those times, and we were not disappointed! Continue reading
Cygnet Bay, Dampier Peninsula WA
Cape Leveque is up on the Dampier Peninsula north of Broome, and is known for its natural beauty where deep red sandstone cliffs meet a white sandy beach. The surrounding area is known for its untouched beaches, red sunsets and bush camping – no need to point out why we wanted in! But it was also a place we thought we wouldn’t get to, because Dusty our van just wouldn’t cope with the 200km of corrugated and sandy dirt road to get there…so we had to dig a bit deeper. Continue reading
Darwin, NT to De Grey River, WA
After an endless amount of amazing experiences in Darwin and the top end we finally hit the road again. Our plan is to head west and to make our way down the coast, with some in-land trips along the way. Continue reading
Living in the Top End of Australia has been a huge part of our Unknown Journey! Chels and I decided we would stay in Darwin with her family for a while and we saw it as the perfect opportunity to see as much of the NT as possible, and boy we’ve done just that!