Kimberley Trip – Day 1: Canberra, Darwin and Adelaide River

An early flight out of Canberra, a few hours in Sydney, then our flight to Darwin, in Australia’s far north. Canberra’s morning will be cold with expected temperatures of 0-14 degrees C for the day, while Darwin’s predicted temperatures for the day are 25 – 33 degrees C. So imagine us dressing warmly with t-shirts under the woolies!

In Darwin we pick up our campervan, stock up on supplies and hope to make Adelaide River before dark. Next day the plan is to drive to Katherine, and find a campsite in Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) NP. There should be heaps to explore there, before we head west to the border with Western Australia and Kununurra (where there will be internet access). This is a scheduled post, but I hope to send news from Kununurra before we start on the Gibb River Road trek.

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