02-31/07/2010 - photos

Participants: Tom Brennan, Rachel Brennan

Friday 2 July: Perth (46km)

Saturday 3 July: Perth - Galena Bridge (570km)

Now that's an oversize load!

Sunday 4 July: Galena Bridge - Kennedy Range NP (620km)

The (sealed) open road

Lunch stop in Carnarvon

Rachel and the van during a photo stop

Monday 5 July: Kennedy Range NP (8km)

Rachel enjoying the early morning light, Kennedy Range NP

Honeycomb Gorge, Kennedy Range NP

Rachel in Honeycomb Gorge

Honeycomb Gorge - any guesses as to why it was named?

Honeycomb Gorge

Temple Gorge, Kennedy Range NP

Rachel in front of the temple in Temple Gorge

Rachel in a rock window in Temple Gorge

Natural window in Temple Gorge

Temple Gorge

Rachel in Temple Gorge

Rachel in Temple Gorge

Rachel in Temple Gorge

Escarpment Trail and Drapers Gorge, Kennedy Range NP

View from the Escarpment

Rachel looking out from the Escarpment

Rachel on track on top of the Escarpment

Rachel descending the Escarpment trail


Rachel looking into a chasm in Drapers Gorge

Rachel in Drapers Gorge

Rachel in Drapers Gorge

Kangaroo skeleton in Drapers Gorge

Rachel in Drapers Gorge

Last light of sunset on the cliffs

Camping at Kennedy Range National Park - using some funky lighting techniques

Tuesday 6 July: Kennedy Range NP - Mt Augustus (372km)

Morning light on the cliffs

Sunrise at Kennedy Range NP

Our little home for the month, with all the mod cons

Fluff (the van, not Rachel) in the outback - somewhere between Kennedy Range NP and Mt Augustus NP

Our first views of Mt Augustus - a monolith many times larger than Uluru

A little viewpoint off a side road

Mt Augustus from Emu Hill Lookout


River gums by Cattle Pool (Goolinee), on the Lyons River

Goordgeela Lookout, Mt Augustus NP

"Mt Augustus is this big!" Rachel in front of Goordgeela Lookout, Mt Augustus

Climbing Goordgeela

Mt Augustus from Goordgeela Lookout

View across the plains

View from the descent

Kotka Gorge, Mt Augustus NP

Rachel in Kotka Gorge, Mt Augustus

Impressive cliffs in Kotka Gorge


Rachel on the Gum Grove section of the trail