View At My Window : Fitzroy River at Willare Bridge

View At My Window (Post#38) : Fitzroy River at Willare Bridge

On our way to Broome, after stopping at Willare Bridge Roadhouse, we stopped in a nearby Willare Bridge to had a glimpse of Fitzroy River. One of the long river in Kimberley with the following statistics according to Wikipedia, it has flows for 733 kilometres (455 mi) from the King Leopold and Mueller Ranges into King Sound south of Derby, and has a catchment area of 93,829 square kilometres (36,228 sq mi). Our tour guide told us that saltwater crocodiles which dangerous can be found nearby the surroundings of this river. These photos are part of Day 9 (Tunnel Creek, Derby and Broome) of 9 Days Darwin to Broome Overland Adventure Tour October 2016.




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