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In 2010, Ronnie Morgan first led the crew of YouTube sensation 4WD Action through his Country, to film off-road tours that culminated in the production of two full-length programs. This became the inspiration for Just Over the Hills, an extreme 4WD tour company offering tag-along adventure tours in the remote Kimberley.

Ronnie Morgan comes from a long line of Traditional Owners whose songlines are etched into this ancient landscape and whose intimate knowledge of this land is unequalled.

His parents, Colin and Maria Morgan, who owned and operated Wundargoodie Aboriginal Safaris, offered tours of the Kimberley from 1994. Born in Wyndham and raised in the Forrest River Mission (Oombulgarri), Colin has passed his deep affinity for life and land in the Kimberley to Ronnie. As Traditional Owners of Balanggarra Country, Colin and Maria taught all of their five children hunting, survival and tracking skills that have been passed down the generations for thousands of years.

Today, Colin is a guide for Just Over the Hills, working alongside Ronnie to create unforgettable experiences for anyone with an affinity for the remote Kimberley, including extreme 4WD enthusiasts, wildlife lovers, and those seeking the truly rare opportunities that only this unique remote touring company can offer. Colin and Ronnie both bring the remote Kimberley to life for travellers through stories and ceremony, and share their knowledge of bush survival methods, bush tucker, Aboriginal astronomy and significant cultural sites.

Travellers learn about Ronnie’s great-grandfather and namesake, Andumeri (Ronald Morgan), who in 1932 heroically traversed 250km on foot from Cape Bernier to Wyndham in under four days to raise help for two German aviators lost in the remote Kimberley. They listen to stories of Colin and Ronnie’s ancestors who were massacred after colonisation and see the exact sites where these tragic events took place. And they are welcomed by the family’s spirit ancestors in smoking ceremonies that acknowledge the spiritual owners of the land.