As we travel further west the termite mounds become fewer and smaller whereas the boabs become more frequent and bigger.
Made our way to Victoria River Roadhouse, friendly Aussie staff, cheap caravan park and surrounded by the rugged hills of the national park on the Victoria River. We did the escrapment walk and watched a fantastic sunset that made the hills glow red and orange, then left the next day bound for Kununurra. Stopped at Joe's Creek picnic area for morning tea, it was a huge natural amphitheatre surrounded on all sides by steep red rock walls that created the best echo that any of us have ever heard, magic spot! stopped at a bridge to look for crocs and barra. then Geogerys tree, where the explorers set up camp, made famous by the engraved giant boab tree.
Pulled over for dinner on the boader to finish the last of our fruit and veg, then after a quick car seach we arrived in Kununurra.