Kalumburu is a remote Aboriginal community on the northern coast of the Kimberley region of Western Australia at the end of a rough dirt track which leaves the Gibb River road and heads north via Drysdale River towards the Mitchell Plateau. You must be equipped for camping to venture into this region a well equipped 4 wheel drive vehicle is essential and you must be self sufficient carrying enough food, fuel and water for your trip.
Despite the perceived hardship the journey is popular with visitors who want the opportunity to travel in this harsh yet beautiful country. But you must allow plenty of time as nature has a habit of delaying even the best equipped traveller in these parts.
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