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Home Valley

The Penticost River Crossing
It was very shallow when we went through. Too easy!


We got to home valley station pretty quick from El Questro it was only 58kms down the road but took over an hour to get there we just went slow about 60-80kms most of the time, the Gibb river road has been good so far. Not much to do at Home Valley Station cause you have to pay if you want to see or do anything here it’s a good place if you want to relax and do nothing. The Kids were bored here the pool was too cold and the fish weren’t biting they were bored out of their brains, one or two nights is heaps here.

We went to Bindoola Falls which was ok not much water , it would have looked awesome during the Wet season.


Both nights we have gone down to the river camp spot on the Penticost River just 4km from the main camp area to watch the sunset over the Cockburn ranges. The sunsets are incredible the colours that come off the Cockburn ranges were amazing. As you will see in the photos this is all on one night it changed every few minutes. Red , then pink ,then blue never seen anything like it, each night was different.


Well we are off to a camp near Drysdale Station and then stopping at Drysdale Station Tomorrow night. Miss Ya all lots of love the Yuks and Haz xoxox

Posted by cljj2010 17:24 Archived in Australia

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Wow looks good guy's. At this stage we're leaving on Friday. If we've got about 5 days to stay somewhere between Kununurra, El Questro & Home Valley, where would you stay and for how long?

by raitken

The countryside looks fantastic sunsets so
beautiful. Photography AA1. Love to all Mum xxxxx

by margmul

The sunsets look amazing Lisa, like lots of your photos. How about developing a few this time, they would look great on your walls!
It all looks amazing. Keep safe and enjoy!!

by Brooksiebw

Gibb River Road's looking pretty civilised :-)

by joodmaso

Oh PS: joodmaso is me in facebook guise (it saved filling-in forms)

by joodmaso

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