After a booking we’re often asked if we can recommend campsites and hotspots to visit on the route Adelaide-Darwin or Perth-Darwin, or if we’ve got information in a summary that we can send by e-mail. The answer is no. Simply because there are loads of things to see and do on these routes that it’s impossible to ‘just’ mention this in an e-mail or document. It’s not a coincidence that the Lonely Planet for the west coast of Australia is 288 pages thick!!
Our department in the Netherlands used to give information meetings about several routes like Broome-Darwin and Darwin-Alice Springs. Such an afternoon always took around 3,5 hours which actually was too short. With talking you can share much more information that if you have to write everything down so this indicates how much there is to experience while on the roads. Luckily there is a lot of useful information on the internet like the camping app WiKi Camps and Camper Mate and web sites like Camps Australia Wide, Ytravel or Australian Traveller. A very valuable atlas for your journey is the Kimberley Atlas and Guide.