Glenn Ridge and outback adventurer Ron Moon explore the remote Kimberley region of far north Western Australia in the 'suicide months' – the great humid lull before the onslaught of the monsoon season.

They visit the secret 'Cave of Bats' hideout of Pigeon – an indigenous rebel who became the Ned Kelly of the Kimberley; and try to uncover the mystery of the Bradshaw paintings – rock art believed to be painted by a previous race.

Spectacular rock formations, saltwater crocodiles, tame jabirus, isolated waterholes and giant boab trees over one thousand years old make the Kimberley a superb place to explore.