|Boys doing some gardening around campsite at Fitzroy Crossing|
We joined the DEC boat trip up Geike Gorge. The gorge is beautiful and we also saw a couple of crocodiles, water monitors (i.e. goannas) and lots of birds. Apparently when it's really hot the crocodiles stay in the water a lot more as they do not need to sun themselves on the rocks so much.
|DEC Geike Gorge River Cruise|
|Reflect on the water - Geike Gorge|
|Bird nests that hang underneath the rock of the gorge|
For those of you who have never been to the Kimberelys, here are the beautiful Boab trees - a Kimberley icon....
When passing through Halls Creek (a further 260kms inland), we went out to the ruins of the Old Halls Creek, a gold mining town which was relocated in the 50's to where it is today. We went to see China Wall, which is a limestone ridge on the hills, making what looks a little like a very mini Great Wall of China.
|This statue is of a man who pushed an injured friend 300kms for medical help... the boys are lending a helping hand|
|Ruins at Old Halls Creek|
|Hall Creek's China Wall|