Kununurra Country Club Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We head off on the Emma Gorge walk about 5.15, as soon as it it light enough to see. The walk in is quite rocky, and there is a lot of rock hopping involved. Certainly some of the group would not get through. Because it is early it is not hot, and the walk is very nice. Geologist's dream world with ripple marks everywhere. We get up to the gorge …
Free time this morning, so we can get up at leisure and eat breakfast. We head down a bit after 7. The plan this morning is to get some cash, pick up some more toothpaste before we run out, and post off some of the books and brochures I have collected which are weighing things down. Post office is the first stop, 2.6kg sent off. Then to …
... 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 ...