In the complete 3rd series of All 4 Adventure, Jase Andrews and Simon Anderson take you to one of the most remote parts of the Gulf country in the NT. At a remote one-million-acre property which borders the fish-rich waters of the western Gulf of Carpentaria, the station owner has asked the boys to push the road through for the start of the season, and the prize at the end of this track is one of the best fishing destinations in the area. On the quad bikes and the 4×4, the boys carve out a 100km track that hasn’t been driven since the largest wet season the NT has ever seen.
Putting man and machine to the ultimate test, they push hard to the Rosie Creek and are not disappointed by the spectacular gorges and some of the best Queenfish fishing action.
Then the boys are off to the Moyle River region and into the remote areas of Arnhem Land. The fishing is out of control—big fish and even bigger creatures. They help out the local croc population by rescuing a 3m crocodile on a remote island off the mainland. They also travel to a secret location, with the help of some locals, to discover some of the best barra action in the top end.
This is the NT at its best—remote fishing on offshore islands and coastlines, awesome 4wding and quad-biking into barra-infested billabongs. This and a whole lot more on All 4 Adventure’s Northern Territory Adventure trip.