Posted on: 11/05/18
How much of the Kimberley can you see in five days? Explorers Erika and Leif found out on a whirlwind journey to experience the very best of the Gibb River Road.
Posted on: 18/04/17
Running for 1850km through Outback Western Australia, the Canning Stock Route is one of the world's most challenging and remote 4WD tracks.
Posted on: 17/10/16
North of Broome in Western Australia is the northernmost tip of the Dampier Peninsula: Cape Leveque. Our Map Patrol delved into this stunning region on their latest Kimberley expedition, and captured some photos that show why Cape Leveque is known as the place 'where the desert meets the sea'.
Posted on: 25/09/16
The Kimberley is defined by its network of gorges and waterways, so to get to the heart of this wild frontier, Mike Collister took to the water on a 14-day kayaking adventure.
Posted on: 24/05/16
After spending more than a year exploring Australia’s most remote places in their trusty Troopy, adventure travellers Reen and Helga packed up their things and headed off to explore a continent even wilder than Australia: Africa.
Posted on: 04/02/16
After spending six weeks exploring Cape York to update our atlas and guide for the region, automotive journalist Ian Glover ruminates on how the Cape is constantly changing while somehow retaining its wild appeal.
Posted on: 12/01/16
With the Kimberley in front of them and the Wet Season hot on their heels, Reen and Helga decided to try their luck and test their mettle as the last car through the revered Gibb River Road.
Posted on: 21/12/15
After the Tip’s tropical beaches and Steep Point’s sheer cliffs, David Priddis’ lap of Australia took him to a very different extremity of the country’s mainland: Wilsons Promontory.
Posted on: 30/10/15
Travelling around Australia in their trusty Troop Carrier, explorers Reen and Helga couldn't pass up the opportunity to experience the world's largest and most iconic sand island.
Posted on: 16/10/15
While the off-road masses journey to reach the northernmost tip of Australia in Cape York, its westernmost cousin quietly amazes those who make the trip out to Steep Point in Western Australia.