Palmerston Sunset Retreat
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- Swimming pool
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... creek crossing into Borroloola.
We stayed at the Woolianna Farm on the Daly River the next night. Georgie and Adrian run this lush and very clean farm park. It was hard to appreciate what this area must be like in the height of Barra Season. The five or six farms offering caravan park and cabin accommodation when full between early April and end June must be a sight to see. For us in early October there was very little activity even in comparison with King Ash Bay. ...
... Musch like Perth really. Delicious.
Headed for the Hockey stadiium for the 4 pm game WA vs NT. There was a bit of a breeze which really helped the temperature. Still hot just standing still, let alone running around like a maniac.
Scrappy game. 3 goals up but WA went into their shell again in the fourth quarter and NT came back with 2 ...
... so we both read. Food wasn't great. Ian had a cold Chicken Curry and J had a salmon salad. Ian rang Gateway after we collected our baggage and their driver arrived soon after, to collect us to take us back to our car. Everything OK with the car, so just a short trip to Airport Ascot for our overnighter in Brisvegas. For dinner, we wandered into Nudgee Rd and had a seafood ...
... there too. We visited the Artopia Art Gallery, one of several in Kununurra. The artworks were mostly indigenous, but more up market than other galleries. One of the artists was about to have an exhibition in Melbourne.
We travelled west to visit Wyndham and El Questro on Saturday stopping by at The Grotto, a deep waterhole in a large chasm. At Wyndham, we drove up the to the Five Rivers Lookout, looking down on the Pentecost, King, Ord, Durack and Forrest Rivers, ...
Our first stop was at an old gold mine with the last remnants being a massive chimney that rises out of the flat landscape starkly. We pushed onwards to Karumba to catch a glimpse of the Gulf of Carpentaria. From there we turned south towards Cloncurry and ended up spending two nights at an abandoned town that supported a Uranium mine. Mary Kathleen finally closed fully in the 80's and apparently had Australia's largest auction when they sold the whole town. While we were ...