Halls Creek Travel & Tourism - Things to Do and See in the Area. Halls Creek is a busy service town for surrounding pastoralists, Aboriginal communities and travellers exploring northern Western Australia.
Halls Creek is also the fourth fastest growing shire within Western Australia. Situated in the heart of the Kimberley, Halls Creek is the gateway to a range of world renowned natural attractions, including the World Heritage listed Bungle Bungle ranges of Purnululu National Park. Located on the edges of the Great Sandy Desert and Tanami Desert, 362km south of Kununurra, 1288km south-west of Darwin and 2873km north-east of Perth, Halls Creek offers a genuine insight into the spectacular Australian outback. Covering some 142,908 square kilometres of predominantly desert and pastoral country, Halls Creek has something for everyone, from wide open spaces and magnificent natural attractions, to rich Aboriginal and European history and culture.
Current Road Condition Report Shire of Halls Creek website Shire Weather. De Kununurra a Broome - Mes aventures australiennes. On devait donc partir avec Natalie, une coreenne.
Malheureusement, elle nous a fait un sale plan a la derniere minute, elle nous a sorti une excuse a deux balles donc du coup, on a continuer la route encore a 2!! Ca fait mal au porte monnaie, mais c est comme ca. Les photos sont dispo sur www.wistiti.fr/hash_ka:australie La route de Kununurra (qu on etait super content de quitter!!!) A Broome est assez monotone bien que tres jolie. C est des enormes etendues de vegetations seches, de temps en temps des roches sur les 2 cotes de la route.
Il y avait quand meme des paysages assez extraordinaires surtout avec les rochers. On s est arrete a Halls Creek pour le lunch. Apres une petite halte, on est parti direction Fitzroy Crossing. Etant sonne qu il etait deja tard, on est reste la pour la nuit. Map-02.gif (GIF Image, 700 × 500 pixels) Department of Parks and Wildlife. Jandamarra’s hideout Western Australia's oldest cave system, in Tunnel Creek National Park, is famous as a hideout used late last century by the Aboriginal leader Jandamarra.
He was killed outside its entrance in 1897. Tunnel through the reef You can walk through the tunnel to the other side of the Napier Range. The trek runs underground for 750 metres and you have to wade through several permanent pools and return the same way. Take a day trip to the tunnel Day trips to Tunnel Creek operate from Derby, Fitzroy Crossing and Broome and usually include a visit to Windjana Gorge. You need a four-wheel-drive to access the park, which is generally inaccessible during the wet season. Tunnel Creek is a day use area, with facilities limited to toilets, picnic tables and an information shelter. Crocodile Safety When you are entering the Kimberley or Pilbara regions, you are entering crocodile country. A Printable NT Travel Guide: Destination Top End.
The best travel tips and informationalways come from locals "in the know"...
Destination Top End, the Insider Guide to Australia's Tropical North, tells you... how to get the most out of a visit to such iconic places as Kakadu, Litchfield or Katherine Gorge... (Even during peak season you can get away from the mass tourism aspects and experience real, remote wilderness instead!) Where the best low cost or even free campsites are... (Camp in places full of birds and other wildlife, often near creeks or billabongs full of fish, places that you won't have to share with hundreds of other tourists!) Destination Top End was originally written for Kimberley visitors who travel from/to Darwin. NEW! And with that Destination Top End covers the Northern Territory from Darwin west to the border of Western Australia, south as far as Threeways Roadhouse, and east all the way into Arnhem Land and along the Savannah Way to the Queensland border. "B, You have done it again. Dear reader, Ready to order? Top End Journey, Educational Travel Adventures, Australia, Tanami, Kimberley, Kakadu.
This is an outline of the 21-day adventure through the heart of Australia's Top End - a 1750 km journey.
Begin at: Alice springs. Day 1. Alice Springs From Alice Springs airport our journey begins north along the Stuart Highway before heading onto the Tanami Track, arriving at Tilmouth Wells Roadhouse mid to late afternoon. We arrive to set up our camp for the first time. Day 2. This camping / accommodation tour gives you one of the best Australian Outback travel experiences. 7000 km of travel is packed into 21 days. Topend map.gif (GIF Image, 587 × 366 pixels)