A true outback odyssey on one of Australia’s most unique 4WD tracks.
Turning off the bitumen and going ‘over the range’ on the Gibb River Road is a truly unique Aussie outback adventure through the Kimberley’s vast untouched wilderness, ancient gorge country and epic cattle stations the size of small countries.
Originally constructed in the 1960s to transport cattle from outlying stations to the ports of Derby and Wyndham, the 660-kilometre 4WD trail is the best way to discover the natural treasures of the Kimberley’s wild heartlands.
Allow yourself at least 14 days to truly immerse yourself in the adventure at Windjana Gorge, Tunnel Creek, Lennard Gorge, Bell Gorge, Galvans Gorge, Manning Gorge, Drysdale River Station, Home Valley Station and El Questro Wilderness Park. Or make a shortlist of your must-see attractions for a shorter, but no less exciting trip.
Explore the Gorges
Tours that take you along the Gibb
Where to stay on the Gibb River Road
There's a surprising range of accommodation for travellers along the Gibb River Road, from campsites to station stays and glamping.