Each year I manage a trip or two to the other side of the Kimberley. Distances here are enormous, and a trip to the WA/NT border are is over 2 thousand km return. Many of our revegetation activities have been in East Kimberley towns and Communities, which first entails collecting the seed.
In the course of these activities, some worthy sites were visited, such as the Wolfe Creek Crater.
A feature of these trips has been to visit the wild horses, as most Kimberley Cattle Stations changed to the use of vehicles instead of horses. More recently, some stations are returning to the calmer ways of horseback mustering.