Looking at doing a winter trip from Brisbane to Broome, then around WA to Adelaide and back. 3 months. I'd like to duck in for a look at the Kimberley but while planning, I'm uncertain if a stock kombi can handle this. I understand the corrugations can be pretty tough, and any crossings would be a bit sketchy with regular tyres? I've got some common sense but I'm not a 4wd er. Will be a stock 1975, 1800. Standard height and road tyres. Will the corrugations shake the car to bits, and will the tyres hold up OK? Usually, you'd lower the tyre pressure too (right?) but I'm unsure if this is safe with regular tyres, I would've thought not. I'm happy going very slow to ensure all the screws holding the interior together don't shake off too bad. It's a pretty nice bus so I don't want to kill it. I could consider changing tyres in Darwin and changing back to road tyres in Broome. I prefer the better on road tyres typically for sudden kangaroos stops etc., and better for the car. I'd rather not change tyres, but if this is necessary and give me assurance it'd be sweet then I'd do it and wear the cost. Existing tyres are getting pretty tired anyway so I'd only really be losing one set of tyres in Broome. Thanks. For those who've been, is it worth the trip? Did an Uluru trip 18 months ago and had an absolute blast - 8000k's in 4 weeks with a 2yr old in the back. I'll need to put up some pics as it was an unreal trip; hence the desire to do another big drive. This time around will be with a 4yr old and 6 month old.