Mitchell Falls is a beautiful four-tiered waterfall located in the remote north of the Kimberley Region in Western Australia, about kilometers northeast of Perth. It is located within Mitchell River National Park and is one of the park’s main attractions.
Nissan Patrol with trailer attempting Gunshot, a creek crossing on the Old Telegraph Track, Cape York, Far North Queensland. / The journey up to the tip of Cape York is a memorable adventure / Loved it!
Horizontal Waterfalls - The Kimberley, Western Australia (the water rushing through between the rocks narrow gap at low tide is so powerful it creates a virtual "horizontal waterfall") This area is so untouched and pristine it is pollution-free.
Cape York - Telegraph Track, QLD. The journey follows the tracks formed by tough pioneers who built the overland Telegraph line in the 1880’s. It’s a very remote and rough track that should only be attempted by experienced 4WD enthusiasts with practical experience in winching and digging out stranded vehicles. The best plan is to travel in convoy with two or more vehicles for mutual support.