Drysdale River Station & King Edward River
The morning saw us packing up the tents and heading off once again, towards the Mitchell Plateau. We had a couple more nights camping along the way before we got to Mitchell Falls, and it was time for a shower so we stopped for the night at Drysdale River Station.
Drysdale River Station is huge, about a million acres in size.
Close by is Miner’s Pool, which is a great place for a swim.
In the morning we set off again, and found a great camping spot at King Edward River. After setting up our tents, we went exploring. There is a lovely walk along the rocks beside the river.
A small waterfall is a nice surprise a little way further along.
Close to the waterfall were deep holes where round stones had gradually worn away the rock over the years.
This was a serene and beautiful place to stay. It would be difficult to say which is the nicest camping spot we have found so far.