Mitchell Falls, Kimberley

Mitchell Falls Pano

Above is another take on the mighty Mitchell Falls. As these falls are one of the few that are accessible by road in the Kimberley, they would have to be one of the most photographed as well!

I was fortunate to enjoy a short hell ride up there again on the trusty True North hell from the Hunter River, which is a beautiful flight in itself.

The light was not too bad on this occasion and for sure I have seen it much worse, so overall, reasonably happy with this capture.

Last Day in the Kimberley

Flower Box

The Hunter Aerial

Aqua Blues

The Mine

We are at the mouth of the King George river now and about to cruise up to the falls when the tide permits.

The King George falls are for sure one of the highlights of the Kimberley and I am sure they won’t let us down today.

Some more images above from the previous days on board True North

The True North Adventures continue!


Pandanus Sq St

Camp Creek

Bucaneer 1

Another great day on True North in the Hunter River yesterday and we have the famous Heli picnic at Eagle Falls today.

The images above are from The Buccaneer Archipelago, Camp Creek and Montgomery Reef.

The walk to Camp Creek is a solid walk for about 45 minutes which is rewarded with a cooling dip above the water fall.

The Mighty Montgomery Reef and True North

Montgomery Sweet St

Montgomery Island

True North Montgomery


Montgomery Gold

Yesterday we found ourselves up nice and early to view the amazing spectacle of 300 square kilometres rising out of the depths as the end of the spring tides showed the reef doing its thing as it has done for millions of years.

The light hitting the reef yesterday was superb and the usual wildlife activities were abundant.

The boys rescued a stranded turtle which would have cooked in the heat in its own shell and we spotted dugongs having a nice little feed on the way back to the boat.

Another glorious day in the Kimberley on True North!