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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... I did fish *********g a rock bar that Adrian had shown me but to no avail. Two boats returned back up the river on dusk, one with zero and the other, who was staying at our camp, had caught 4 undersize Barra for a solid day on the river. Georgie also confirmed that the 2015 season was the poorest she had experienced in their 15 years of owning the farm. Drought on land = drought at sea.
The farm has a magnificent Mango Plantation which they are not harvesting as it is ...
... A brilliant Trent Mitten goal in the last 2 minutes sealed the game.
Stayed to watch Queensland play South Australia. Queensland looked formidable, as they should as its a team jammed full of Kookaburras!
We play them tomorrow night at 8 pm NT time which will be 6:30 pm Perth Time. Watch it on livestream http://tenplay.com.au/sport/mahl
We decided to do a car tour of Darwin today. Started off by driving towards Mindil Beach, past Vestey's Beach where there were sailing clubs, past Fannie Bay, up to East Point Nature Reserve which has a running/walking/cycling track and a bit of monsoon forest. As we drove up we passed lots of athletes who looked like they had just finished a fun run. We ended up at the WWII Military Museum Darwin Experience. The museum is really well done. Lots of touch ...
... the sandy shallows, taking in the port area and the separate township. There aren’t many places where you see 5 rivers converging. Highlights at Wyndham were, the massive boab tree in the caravan park, the Big Crocodile and our morning tea stop, The Rusty Shed. There are new jetties and an old museum, a Charles Kingsford-Smith disappearance and monumental landing, a police presence and a tired feeling. We were pleased with our decision to stay at Kununurra. The light was pale ...
... saw the huge open cut mine and climbed some of the nearby rugged hills for great views of the valley.
We crossed into the NT, filled up at Three Ways (at $1.90 a litre!), and restocked at Katherine. We spent nights at Umbrawarra Gorge and Litchfield National Park. Litchfield was a regular weekend destination for us when we lived up here and it was great to revisit it with the kids. Piper overcame her fear of swimming holes that aren't pools and we couldn't get her out in ...