I can't believe that we constantly had these places to ourselves. For anyone else thinking of going up there, get there early in the tourist season (eg. early May!). Sure, there's still a risk the waters will be too high to get through to see anything, but if you've got a well kitted out 4wd, the gamble is worth it to avoid the crowds that come later in the tourist season.
Sir John Gorge at Mornington Wilderness Sanctuary. Mornington is a fair detour off the Gibb River Road, but it was one of my favourite stops.
The view from the helicopter on the way up to Mitchell Falls (the helicopter trip was my 30th birthday present). We had to dodge bush fires to get up to the Mitchell Falls camp ground but it was definitely worth it.
Mitchell Falls from the air
RAFF Boab Quarry - I showed you our campsite in this post but here's another perspective on our view. Unfortunately the clouds hung around for most of our stay but it was still an amazing place to camp.