Kununurra Country Club Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
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... morning tea. They of course were taking advantage of the incredible infinity pool so we had to as well!! The pool was deliciously freezing (ok, about 20 degrees but we’re all from FNQ so found it cold) but we had to get photos of us at the edge of the pool looking over a fraction of the massive lake. Wow. Just wow. The view of the lake from there is just breathtaking. There are of course lunch & sunset tours that are available & from ...
We have just returned from a fantastic 6 hour river cruise up the Ord River from Lake Kununurra to the Lake Argyle dam with Triple J Cruises. (But to be completely honest, it could have been an hour shorter but that is just being nit-picky.) Jeff, the boat driver (& perhaps owner as he was extremely passionate about the area) probably knows every inch there is to know about the Ord River, knows every bird & insect, every tree ...
... included dogs, a cat, 5 chooks and some fish. This freshwater lake is apparently the largest in Australia at around 2,000 square kilometres when full. The lake is home to an amazing array of wildlife - 25,000 freshwater crocs, 26 species of native fish, 90 islands which are home to various marsupials and reptiles and approx one third of Australian bird species which at time can number in the tens of thousands. The fish of ...
... amp; Chris & I both had an apple and a mandarin each. We had to hand over the last mandarin (as neither of us could stuff anything more in), and the veggies that we forgot to throw out before we left (onions, garlic, & the remaining potatoes). I left the half bottle of honey in the camp kitchen at Timber Creek as WA won’t allow that in either, and as I was doing so, someone told me that there was a big box just outside the other convenience store down ...
... got chatting with the lady there, who stated had seen us while we were stopped Timber Creek. Apparently, we had passed each other a couple of times on the road yesterday, and she recognized our rig as we parked up outside of their office. We had already registered our details with them and wanted to be here in time for the start of the picking season. Good start as she was just putting up a job on the system, which is looking ...