The savannah woodlands stretched out to the horizon.
Crossing the big rivers I didn’t need a sign to say I was back on the Savannah Way.
Just before the Northern Territory/ Western Australia border there is the Keep River National Park.
About 18 km in from the Rangers station is the main camping ground.
A special part of North Western Australia is the amazing rock formations.
There are a number of walks through the rock canyons at Keep River. I will give you a taste of these beautiful rock formations.
From the lookout the rocky range stretches out through the savannah
The stunning colours of the rock and landscape.
And there is the beautiful Rainbow Bee Eater, flitting around the forest.
As the sun sets the rocks turn red reflecting the setting sun’s fire.
When the light is gone the Milky Way fills the sky.
There is nothing like the stars in the outback.
So I’m now sitting in Kununurra, in the State of Western Australia. Supplies have been purchased ready for the next outback leg of my journey.
9 thoughts on “Back heading west on the Savannah Way and a stop at Keep River National Park”
Now I’m jealous. Maybe next year for me. Keep up the great pics. I’m really enjoying your adventures. 😃
Thanks will do. And thanks for the comments
Never heard of that part of the country. How beautiful!
Beautiful country Coral
Loved Keep river when we were there, Mick. Lucky you just missed the lockdown in Darwin S well. Enjoy. Peter
You did get th the best places. And yes Clare Valley on the way back sounds good. I’m thinking around late Oct.
Another stunning post Mick! Love those rocks and their changing colours and the Milky Way.
Thanks its been a hard day blogging but I’m up to date now. Just before I head out into the outback again and no internet lol