Trip Start Jun 25, 2012
Trip End Oct 04, 2012

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Flag of Australia  , Western Australia,
Wednesday, July 25, 2012

We finished the Gibb River Road and went to Winjana Gorge. On the walk into the gorge we met up unexpectedly with Brendan and Erin from Lake Argyle.
In the Gorge we saw crocs (i could have stepped on one, they let you get really close).  There were lots of crocs there, they were warming up on the bank of the water in the gorge.  If you are juicy, don't swim. Jokes Joyce they were freshies, harmless.

After that we went to Tunnel Creek, Dad told us there was eels - creepy.   The tunnel is a hole in the side of a mountain that has been warn in after millions of years.  In the bottom of the tunnel is water.  To get to the end of the tunnel we had to walk in the water, we got very wet.  There are not lights you had to provide your own. 

At the end of the tunnel was a little gorge think that had aboriginal painting on the wall and lots and lots of butterflies.

Then we drove to Fitzroy Crossing.  The next day we went to Gieke Gorge.  We went on a boat tour and saw lots of crocs, and there were a lot of birds.

We left Fitzroy crossing to Broome. We got to the caravan park without the Trailer because it was being fixed.  When we got there mack and I had a swim, the pool was so COOL! It had a little island in the middle and we played Armys, and jumped of fit.   

That night Mum said she had a surprise and did she ever, we went to the oldest outdoor movie theatre and saw ICE AGE 4!!  We did this after we went riding a camel on Cable Beach.  Our camel was called Alice, after the song Alice the Camel.  Where she came from…I'getting there… Alice Springs!!
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