Travel Blogs from Kununurra, Australia

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It never rains in June, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

It never rains in June

A travel blog entry by scootergal

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... quite heavily and Adrian was going to pull into Halls Creek caravan park when his boss rang and told him to drive on to Kununurra. We had already been driving for many hours and Kununurra was a further 4 hours drive in heavy rain. The group took the ...

Revisiting the past, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Revisiting the past

A travel blog entry by scootergal

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... tent and attached strings to the fly to hold it away from the tent. All our plans are blown because we can't move out of Kununurra.   I once had a friend here but after 24 years I held out little hope that I would be able to find her. I asked at ...

What drought?, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

What drought?

A travel blog entry by scootergal

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... we were headed off there the following morning. This was indeed very good news, even though it was a delight to see Narelle again, 3 nights stuck in Kununurra was enough. Now if only the Bungle Bungles road would open then we would really be back on ...

"Licking green ant's bums...!"

A travel blog entry by mattmcshane

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... time, you canoe nearly 60km (40 miles), starting at a dam built upstream, and finishing, tired and sun burnt, downstream in Kununurra. The beauty of this tour is that it really is self-guided. The manager helps you pack up the canoe at the beginning, ...

Australia - Kununurra (Bungle Bungles), Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Australia - Kununurra (Bungle Bungles)

A travel blog entry by gonetilwhenever

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... New Zealand, USA and Canada and an array of other services and benefits such as discounted tours, attractions and car hire across Australia. After showers and a BBQ we bedded down for an early night in preparation for our 4:45am wake-up call. Day ...

Racing the Planet: Australia 2010, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Racing the Planet: Australia 2010

A travel blog entry by grizzly

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I am going to make this a short entry as most of the information about Racing the Planet: Australia 2010 can be obtained from this website, including info on the course, the volunteers, the competitors and tons of photos ...

Kununurra - luxury hotel and hospital, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Kununurra - luxury hotel and hospital

A travel blog entry by wickens

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... Next morning I headed to the supermarket to stock up on baby nurofen only to find that supermarkets in Australia do not sell baby medicine and the pharmacy in Kununurra shuts at midday on a Saturday until Monday morning.  So, we had no choice but to ...

Into the Kimberleys, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Into the Kimberleys

A travel blog entry by grizzly

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Perth/Monkey Mia/Broome/Kununurra Ahhh Australia, the land down under, the land of wide open spaces, the crocodile hunter, pearl fishing, koalas and roos and much, much more. I arrived at Perth airport at around 5:30am and got through immigration and ...

Kimberley Capers…Kununurra, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Kimberley Capers…Kununurra

A travel blog entry by brownsltd

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... temperature hitting the high thirties every day, we were grateful for the swimming pool and our air-conditioning! Highlights of Kununurra: -          The Grotto ...

Kimberley Capers Take Two…Lake Argyle, Lake Argyle, Australia travel blog

Kimberley Capers Take Two…Lake Argyle

A travel blog entry by brownsltd

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... to make in the Northern Territory however the road was not conducive to our van so we needed to cross the border into Western Australia and set up camp then back track unencumbered.  Having enjoyed our time at Lake Argyle so much last year there was ...

EL Questro Wilderness Park Adventure!, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

EL Questro Wilderness Park Adventure!

A travel blog entry by arnott

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To get into EL Questro you need a 4WD, So we hired one from Thriffty! It was a Parado. The first attraction we went to was Zebedee Springs. They were warm springd with waterfalls and palm trees covering it from the sun. They were really nice to sit in. ...

Australian Adventure Week Twelve!, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Australian Adventure Week Twelve!

A travel blog entry by daveandnat

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... homestead of a cattle ranch.  The next day we drove west and camped in a rest area just before the border.  Western Australia has strict quarantine regulations so we had an evening to try and eat as much of our fruit and vegetables as we could ...

What a diamond!, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

What a diamond!

A travel blog entry by kazjohn

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... expensive.  We have decided that next time we do this it will be in a 4wd camper - you miss alot of places in a 2wd. Kununurra is a great resting spot - its very quiet here and today we just went into town and did some shopping - I didnt buy the ...

20 Years In The Making!, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

20 Years In The Making!

A travel blog entry by rbdiorio

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... last win in 1990 and only wish we could go to the family day tomorrow.  Still, we will remember watching this game in Kununurra forever.  Hopefully we don’t have to wait another 20 years for it to happen again!!!  Go Pies!!  I ...

Kununurra, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Kununurra

A travel blog entry by paulngail

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Wszedzie woda, duuuzo wody, Lake Argyle, Australia travel blog

Wszedzie woda, duuuzo wody

A travel blog entry by skleroz75

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Slonce obudzilo nas dzisiaj wczesnie, ciekawi nowych widokow ruszylismy na tame. Odwiedzlismy dwa punkty widokowe, glowy chodzily nam dookola 360 stopni- co za wspanialy widok! Sama tama wyglada z wysoka niepozornie, ale jak sie na niej stoi to dopiero ...

A Nice Surprise!, Keep River National Park, Australia travel blog

A Nice Surprise!

A travel blog entry by benandbethan

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We left Kununurra and headed to Lake Argyle. On route we turned off the highway near a creek – Middle Creek as suggested by a guy on the Gibb River Road for the aboriginal art there. Was a bit random driving down this random track off the highway ...

There's nearly half australia over here in WA!, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

There's nearly half australia over here in WA!

A travel blog entry by lavis

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... put on our computer too - we had a movie marathon & caught up on heaps of idiot box time.  I finally got to see 'Australia' Sam!    We left Barn Hill; it was time for us to get more supplies & get to Broome.  Arriving there ...

Kununarra and the Bungles, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Kununarra and the Bungles

A travel blog entry by jatty

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... seat which was good for photos.  We started off flying over the Ord river which is one of the biggest rivers in Australia, this was dammed in the '60s to create a huge irrigated area which is used to grow mangoes melons grapefruit amongst other ...

Day FORTY FIVE, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Day FORTY FIVE

A travel blog entry by feltham

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... the driving (and minus the bumps of the aeroplane!!) and doing the listening rather than the lecturing. The ranges around Kununurra are really interesting and varied. Hearing the lifestyles and characters from the past I can state categorically that I ...

Bathroom stories, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Bathroom stories

A travel blog entry by billandros

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Hi all, Ros has been doing a fabo job with the travel deatails to all.However, there have been several stories that she has not passed on that should be told.They centre around conversations in the washroom/wc. We are curretly stayind at a 5star(how ...

Kununurra, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Kununurra

A travel blog entry by camer

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UPT!!!! ...

Kununurra and Wyndham, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Kununurra and Wyndham

A travel blog entry by kitravellers

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... I liked was $68,000, so guess what I didn't get any!  Wednesday I went on a 3 hr flight over Kununurra,Lake Argyle, the dismaond mine, Bungle Bungles, Cockburn ranges, El Questro ,Home Valley Station and Wyndham (couldn't get ...

West to Kununarra, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

West to Kununarra

A travel blog entry by pardellosalmon

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... Bungles. A pleasant night here, a walk, and then we were back on the road and crossing the border to Western Australia and changing our clocks back to Singapore time. Kununarra was a very respectable little town really with an excellent coffee shop ...

Kununurra, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Kununurra

A travel blog entry by westy23

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"Gorge"-ous

A travel blog entry by gypsy4now

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... behind here, but there's so much to do and in such a short time, I feel constantly rushed....everyone I've met is traveling Australia for 3-6 months, and here's little old me with only 8ish weeks...but I will try and do some catching up soon, if I can ...

Dotarlismy do East Kimberley, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Dotarlismy do East Kimberley

A travel blog entry by skleroz75

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... turystycznego, tysiace srebrnych lisow ze swoimi wypolerowanymi do nieprzyzwoitosci karawanami I pekajace w szwach kempingi. Tak wlasnie wyglada Kununurra. Miasteczko jest malutkie, zaledwie kilka ulic na krzyz, kilka farm mango w tle, dwa sklepy ...

Eco-noeing, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Eco-noeing

A travel blog entry by rooksfamily

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... a public forum held by the Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley as part of its development of a 10-year plan for the region, Kununurra residents identified changing the time zone as a key priority.”   Here's some of my thoughts on the ...

Kununurra, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Kununurra

A travel blog entry by sherryjayamanne

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Arrived in Kununurra around 3 pm, temperature 30 degrees. Checked in at the Kimberleyland Holiday Park. Again a good choice of accommodation - our cabins located right opposite Kununurra ...

Bungling On, Kununurra, Australia travel blog

Bungling On

A travel blog entry by fishtails04

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... in a primitive , elemental way.  Gregory and Keep River National Parks, near the border between the Northern Territory and Western Australia, were two of my favourite locations on this trip, all raw red rock walls fronted with glossy ferns and a ...

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