Kununurra Country Club Resort
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This morning we departed El Questro and headed into Wyndham where they filmed parts for the movie 'Australia '. The also export cattle, iron ore and nickel from Wyndham. We enjoyed spectacular views of the Cambridge Gulf from the Five Rivers Lookout. After morning tea we headed to Kununurra and up to Lake Argyle, visiting the Durack Homestead along …
... many flies. We decided it would be best to erect not only our awning, but our full annex for the van.
Situated beside this camp ground is a 2 km track which winds its way up the rocks and provides an amazing vantage point for some beautiful sunsets.
We decided to do the drive up to the Jarnem camp groun, just to have a look around. We took a picnic lunch and set off. This camp ground is very similar to Garandalng, ...
... the perfume industry – almost half of all famous brands of perfume created since 1750 contain sandlewood oil. Chanel, Christian Dior, Guerlain to name but a few. And in recent decades the home fragrance and skin care industries have also started using sandalwood oil in their products.
*Australia has a native sandalwood tree but it takes 40 - 50 years to reach commercial maturity. Traditionally sandalwood oil has come from ...
... while - there was one shallow point and the first 3 rows of people had to go the the back of the boat to lift the nose of the boat over the rocks and then go back to the front so the back of the boat could slide over! We stopped and moored for a short while and were served orange juice, champagne and a fruit platter. Unfortunately there was no swimming as a salt water crocodile was spotted in the gorge a week ago and signs of it had been there for a couple of months. We ...
... from one passenger, "how long have you been doing this"?, the pilot confirmed it was his second day! So with confidence restored we took off. The flight to the Bungles in Purnululu National Park, took an hour at 2500 feet and 130 knots. We first flew over the Ord River irrigation project I mentioned yesterday, then off into the wide blue yonder. We flew over Lake Argyle. The Lake was formed when they dammed the ...