Gibb River Road

Gibb River Road

We recommend you use an off-road caravan if you intend to drive the Gibb River Road. Standard caravans are not suitable for some areas.

There are several options to store your caravan in Broome and surrounds, and you could also consider hiring camping equipment instead.

In Broome, Keshi Storage & Containers and Broome's Gateway Caravan Park (about 20 mins from Broome) offer caravan and vehicle storage options.

Keshi Storage | 11 Haynes Street, Broome, Call 08 9193 5343
Hutchinson Real Estate | 1/6 Carnarvon Street, Broome, Call 08 9192 1677
Broome’s Gateway Caravan Park | 3000 Broome Road, Broome (20 mins from town), Storage is the same price as booking camp sites - can book online. Office during high season Call 08 9192 2440
Kim Delios | 4 Farrell St, Broome Jim - Call or text 0429 990 800


- Dumbarra Burru Caravan Park offer storage options.
- Kimberley Entrance Caravan Park Derby - Caravan and vehicle storage | Call 08 9193 1055
- Hamlet Grove Caravan Storage - Kerry Grey | Call 08 9191 1463
- King Sound Resort in Derby may also offer caravan storage | Call 08 9193 1044.


-Fitzroy River Lodge
, in Fitzroy River also offer caravan storage | Phone 08 9191 5141 to arrange or find out more here

-Kimberleyland Waterfront Holiday Park
guests can access their caravan storage facilities in Kununurra.
- Kununurra Engineering | Phone 08 91693 570 may also offer caravan storage in Kununurra (Poincettia Way).
- Ivanhoe Village Caravan Resort provide an area within our fenced property for you to store your vehicle, caravan trailer etc in our designated storage area. Please note this is not a lockable area. Charges apply. Whilst care is taken, the storage area is provided at guests own risk.

Many of the attractions along the Gibb River Road are set up to accommodate camping. Camping is strictly regulated in the Kimberley and you should stick to the designated camp sites. Some places are closed to campers, so it is best to get information from the Broome Visitor Centre before you head off from Broome.

Travelling with a caravan?

Main Roads Western Australia put together some handy tips to help you take off on your road trip without a hitch!

✅ Check your caravan and vehicle prior to setting off to ensure the towing combination is secure, the electric plug operates correctly, the brakes and lights are working properly, and the tyre pressure is adequate.

✅ If you have loaded up your caravan, ensure that it is evenly distributed with heavier items placed closer to the axle.

✅ Remember that towing a caravan will impact the handling of your vehicle so allow extra room for stopping and turning.

✅ Stick to the speed limit! In WA the maximum speed you can travel while towing a caravan is 100 km/h.

For more tips and information for your next road trip, visit the Driving in Western Australia Guide

El Questro

El Questro

Although the road from Kununurra to El Questro is sealed, some of El Questro’s creeks, as well as the 2km gravel driveway and trails within the property, are unsuitable for 2WDs or low-clearance 4WDs. From Kununurra, El Questro Station is 110 kms west: 58 kms on the Great Northern Highway towards Wyndham, 36 kms on a sealed section of the Gibb River Road, with the remaining 16 kms on a gravel road. Most people end (or start) their Gibb River Road adventure at El Questro station.

Book your accommodation at El Questro Wilderness Park

Mitchell Falls

Mitchell Falls

The magnificent Mitchell Falls, or Punamii-unpuu, are an iconic Kimberley landmark and a place of cultural and spiritual significance for the Wunambal people. The last sections of the track are not suitable for caravans. Mitchell Falls is located in the Mitchell River National Park, on the Mitchell Plateau. The track is narrow in parts. Book a day trip to the Mitchell Falls from Drysdale Station or store your caravan at Drysdale to drive to the Mitchell Falls and camp at either of the two campgrounds on the Mitchell Plateau.

It is best to allow two days to drive and have time to discover Mitchell Falls. You will need a visitor pass from Wunambal Gaambera Aboriginal Corporation to access the Mitchell Plateau.

The Kalumburu Road is 4WD only. Please be advised that the road may be closed and to check before planning your trip with a local visitor centre.

Persons wishing to obtain access to travel into or through Kalumburu and Honeymoon Bay, are to apply for this access directly through the community.

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