Kimberley Entrance Caravan Park, Derby, WA

Day 109 – 5th June 2011
Kimberley Entrance Caravan Park, Derby, WA

After the morning chores of packing up the tent, food shopping and filling up with fuel, we finally left Broome at lunchtime. We travelled to Derby where we had a look at the Boab Prison Tree (with a 14.7m girth and believed to be 1500 years old), Myall’s Bore (a 120m long trough – the longest in the Southern Hemisphere), Frosty’s Pool, the town’s jetty (this jetty experiences some of the highest tides in the world – in excess of 11m – no swimming due to crocodiles!) and the Old Derby Goal. As it was getting close to dusk so too late to continue on driving, we spent the night at the local caravan park.

Stray cattle on the road
Boab Prison Tree, Derby

Cattle Trough, Derby

Friendly trees

Derby jetty


Old Derby Goal

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