Fitzroy Crossing is a small town in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, 400 kilometres east of Broome and 300 kilometres west of Halls Creek. It is approximately 2,524 kilometres from the state capital of Perth.
The photo below is of the old crossing, once it was the only way to go via vehicle to Derby and Broome. The second photo is the river bed but of course in the 'big wet' the water flows.
Two houses at Fitzroy Crossing. It's a nice little town with one IGA Supermarket. Hospital, Court of Law which is being built (a new one).
Part of the Caravan Park. The Amenities being up on the hill, you can just see the building. The drainage from the showers and washing machines comes down the hill, all the way around thus keeping the grass green.
Just up the road, the sunrise the morning we left.
On our way to Broome WA
The boab tree which I posted when travelling.
Nearly to Broome, just 166 kms to go.
This is Willare Bridge where fuel can be bought for the last leg of the journey to Broome.