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Gibb River Road

Between Derby and Kununurra, Western Australia, Australia
+61 8 9191 7007
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Between Derby and Kununurra, Western Australia, Australia
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+61 8 9191 7007

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We traveled between Kununurra and Derby via the Gibb in September. The road was easy to traverse and we averaged 60-80 kms an hour easily. The section over the Leopold was the roughest but still perfectly easy for 4 wheel drive novices. I get the...More

Thank Margaret_W_abgm
Reviewed August 19, 2017

Leaving Derby after the Horizontal Falls I thought nothing could top that experience but I was about t get my eyes opened. There is so much to see and do and we cramped as much into 4 weeks as we could. We visited Wandjana Gorge/...More

Thank Mandy B
Reviewed August 17, 2017 via mobile

We left Derby on 26/7 and headed East on the Gibb River Road, travelling in a Pajero with an off road camper trailer. The first bit of road before you get to the turn off is mostly bitumen. The dirt road into Windjana Gorge was...More

2  Thank ckriddle06
Reviewed August 14, 2017 via mobile

We'll be back with a camper/trailer when the kids are older to tackle this area of OZ. This time we only had a semi off road van and braved the road from Derby to Windjana then through to tunnel creek to Fitzroy crossing. Hairiest bit...More

1  Thank Chrissie H
Reviewed August 13, 2017

We booked our recent trip through Bluey Travel, they organised everything, 4 WD hire, accomodation and meals while travelling in remote areas. We had a fantastic time. Bluey travel had recommended places to see and things to do and we weren't dissappointed. We were given...More

Thank bernadetteo679
Reviewed August 8, 2017

My husband 67 and I 65 set off from Brisbane in our Isuzu 4x4 and towing our camper trailer(not off road) and a tent for the Gibb and off we went. We got to Kunanurra and left our trailer at a caravan park for $5...More

2  Thank Anne M
Reviewed July 27, 2017

The Gibb River Road is mostly unsealed and crosses many streams on drifts and fords. It may be washboarded if it has not been recently graded. Don't attempt this without a high clearance vehicle. The countryside changes frequently with geological features and plants. It provides...More

Thank Les W
Reviewed June 25, 2017 via mobile

We went on Kimberly Adventure Tours. They took us to the number of Gorges and waterholes along Gibb River Road. Truly amazing. The road is good for roadhouses along the way too which was great for stopping, grabbing a coffee, stretching legs. The coffee isnt...More

Thank louloulovestraveling
Reviewed June 15, 2017

The Gibb River Road is too often described as being fearsome and rugged, yet these days it has improved markedly compared with years past. While it has the occasional challenging stretches where driving at 10-15 kph is required, for most to the road an average...More

Thank Phileas_001
Reviewed June 11, 2017

I was glad I was in a bus/truck with big wheels as going through rivers in a small 4 wheel drive I would be scared the water would get inside the vehicle. The road was so bad that we run out of fuel as the...More

Thank Peter M
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