Campfire food, the sound of ocean waves rocking us to sleep, checking the tide from our pillow to see it was worth getting up for a swim… what more could we ask for!
Broome is a vibrant, beachy town at the base of Dampier Peninsular, surrounded by the aquamarine waters of the Indian Ocean and the creeks, mangroves and mudflats of Roebuck Bay. This is Yawuru country… and a town shaped by a romantic pearling history.
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Having already travelled the long, dry and very hot road through the Aboriginal community of Warmun (Turkey Creek), the famous Bungle Bungles, Halls Creek and Fitzroy Crossing along the Great Northern Highway on a previous trip, I felt this journey through the Kimberley’s to the Indian Ocean was well worth a blog all of it’s own!
Camping in the wilderness can sometimes be a bit of a challenge, but the amazing experiences and sights more than make up for it and there’s nothing better than sitting around a campfire and seeing more stars than you thought existed or waking to the sight of the sun rising over the dry earth each morning.