TOWING A CARAVAN
GIBB RIVER ROAD
It is possible to travel the Gibb River Road with an off-road caravan. We do not recommend towing a standard caravan on the Gibb River Road. If you are travelling through the Kimberley with a standard caravan and would like to explore the Gibb River Road’s many attractions, you should store your caravan and consider camping in a tent for a couple of weeks.
The road from Kununurra to El Questro is now sealed the entire way. However, once off the Gibb River Road, the road to the campsite tp is gravel, and there are several shallow water crossings.
If you are planning to travel to Michell Falls, it is not recommended that you tow your caravan the whole way.
The final sections of the track are steep and narrow, making for tricky driving. Plus it will be difficult for other drivers to overtake you.
You can store your caravan at the Drysdale River Station (08 9161 4326) or at the King Edward River crossing campsite and do a day trip to Mitchell Falls.
Caravans are not allowed in Purnululu National Park.
However, you can store your caravan at the Bungle Bungles Caravan Park.
BROOME CARAVAN STORAGE
Keshi Storage and Containers (08 9193 5343)
Allied Pickfords (08 9192 3108)
Some Broome caravan parks also offer storage
DERBY CARAVAN STORAGE
Kimberley Entrance Caravan Park (08 9193 1055)
Hamlet Grove Caravan Storage - 5km from Derby (0408 911 460)
FITZROY CROSSING CARAVAN STORAGE
Fitzroy River Lodge (08 9191 5141)
HALL'S CREEK CARAVAN STORAGE
Halls Creek Caravan Park (08 9168 6169)
KUNUNURRA CARAVAN STORAGE
Zebra Rock Gallery (08 9168 1114)
Hidden Valley Tourist Park offers caravan storage (08 9168 1790)