Drives: Karunjie Track

One for keen 4-wheel drivers, this Kimberley region trek begins at the end of the King River Road, just past the Prison Tree at Wyndham, and finishes at the Pentecost River crossing on the Gibb River Road. This drive provides spectacular views of the Cockburn Ranges. You can also fish and camp along the banks of the Pentecost River.

The Kurunjie-King River Road weaves its way from Wyndham via the base of the spectacular Cockburn Ranges and along the flood plain of the Pentacost River. The 86km track can be completed in 4-5hrs depending on the condition of the road (the road will be flooded and boggy in the Wet season) but there are some nice camping and fishing spots at the Wyndham end of the track and great photography opportunities at the billabongs you pass on the way. Chances are you'll see crocodiles, brolgas, kingfishers, ibis and Jabiru on your journey.

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The track passes through private El Questro pastoral lease and is a great and quieter alternative to driving the Gibb River Road through to Wyndham. Just make sure you get on the right track to start with and keep your eyes peeled for markers so you don't wander onto private land.

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