Travel Docs


The Canning Stock Route #4

Autore: Andrew Saint Pierre White
Tratto da: YouTube - 4Xoverland

Our night's camp is on the crest of one of the thousand red dunes on the route. We find grass gathering under the Land Cruiser 200, and we make a plan to prevent it happening further. We find camp site paradise between old Desert Oak trees and begin a quest o stop a very annoying rattle that's emerged, and it driving me crazy. This episode concludes at well 33, just before the village of Kunawarritji.

The Canning Stock Route is a track that runs from Halls Creek in the Kimberley region of Western Australia to Wiluna in the mid-west region. With a total distance of around 1,850 km (1,150 mi) it is the longest historic stock route in the world. Once used as a route for cattle droves following a series of wells, it is now mainly used by adventure seekers looking for a challenge and solitude in the Australian outback. The last cattle drove the route in the 1930's.