Munja Track

Scenic Drive in Central Gibb

Desperately remote, one of the most challenging 4WD tracks in the country leads from Mt Elizabeth Station through the Kimberley's heart and soul to the Indian Ocean coastline at Walcott Inlet. Originally cut by the Lacy family, there's countless rocky creek crossings and 'jump ups' (steep rocky inclines), amazing rock art, sublime gorges and isolated campsites.

The fishing at Walcott Inlet is legendary and so are the salt water crocs. The return trip to Walcott Inlet takes a minimum of four days, though it's better to take six to eight days to fully explore the incredible countryside. You must be totally self-sufficient, though there is accommodation available at Janet and Peter's isolated Bachsten Creek Bush Camp, roughly 145km from Mt Elizabeth. Don't even think of taking a rental down this track. Mt Elizabeth charge a $150 access fee plus a $50 key deposit and supply detailed navigation notes.