When asked for thoughts about our stay with you, my mind immediately pictured Ian and Alasdair fishing peacefully in the river, while Jen and I stood in shallow water watching the world go by. Also the image of you, Jo, and Angelina in the shelter on the sand. I did send you a scan of my drawing didn't I? My other memories include sleeping under the stars in our superior swags, great food, good company, and Neville's stories, especially going out with Simeon to find the water at the base of the paperbark tree. There are a few that probably don't need to be remembered like the beast in the spring and the amount of burnt ground! Then of course there was the cherubin experience and the sunset, and so I could go on. The novelty of being on your country, without other tourists and feeling so relaxed and welcome was unique.  Of course Ian would list his first barramundi catch to my list. With best wishes to you all, Regards Janet and Ian.

We were three NSW teachers with similar interests and UPTUYU sounded perfect: and it was! I have visited every Continent except Antarctica and my friends have travelled more extensively. WE had ten odd days of enthralling 'not to be missed' camping adventures.Our guide and his family were brilliant; we were treated with the greatest professional care
and consideration, (as were fellow travellers needing help and support); the information and provisions supplied were truely outstanding.
THANKU [June Jeremy OAM 1983]

Our time with you was very special for Alasdair and I. The Kimberley was a place we had been looking forward to visiting for a long time, and we felt very fortunate to have seen a little of it with your knowledge and guidance. Its beauty, history, varied landscapes and your stories were made it all so memorable, and we would love to visit again.
Jen and Alisdair Fraser