Kununurra Country Club Resort

47 Coolibah Drive, Kununurra, Western Australia, 6537, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 47 Coolibah Drive, Kununurra.
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    Wyndham, Kununurra & Ord River

    A travel blog entry by lynshep on Sep 07, 2014

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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 …

    Day 23 El Questro Wilderness Park

    A travel blog entry by elainedaniels on Oct 01, 2014

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    ... be the coldest in the Kimberley but after our hot walk we thought it was perfect. It was so crystal clear as well. The rocks surrounding the gorge date back 1800 million years and on some of them you can see a ripple pattern that was created when sediment was deposited under shallow tidal water. After our beautiful swim we unfortunately had to walk back out of the gorge but at least we did it with cool, wet bathers on so while it was hot it wasn't as bad us walking ...

    Day 19 Kununurra

    A travel blog entry by elainedaniels on Sep 27, 2014

    ... rock gallery was our next stop. Zebra rock is dug up out of Lake Argyle and is shaped and polished to make very interesting ornaments and jewellery. I bought a pendant and earrings and Brianna a bracelet so we have our zebra rock souvenirs! From here we went into town to the tourist information centre to get some info about the Gibb River rd as that is the next leg of our journey. We found out the that the Mitchell Plateau closes in 3 days as ...

    Day 17 Kununurra

    A travel blog entry by elainedaniels on Sep 25, 2014

    ... to appear. They are such strange but interesting looking trees We reached the WA border around 4pm and suddenly gained an hour and a half as we put our clocks back to WA time. We saw a couple at the lay-by just before the border who were eating up a pile of fruit and squeezing juice out of oranges as they had not realised the quarantine laws going into WA and had lots of fruit and vege on board. Our engels and the tubs under the camper were inspected at the checkpoint but ...

    The Eastern Kimberley

    A travel blog entry by aitkenadventure on Sep 20, 2014

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    ... name meaning "the meeting of big waters" and was only established in 1960 to service the Ord River Scheme. The Ord River was dammed in 1971 to supply water to one of Australia’s largest irrigation schemes and the biggest man-made lake in Australia – Lake Argyle.

    Lake Argyle is only 71kms from Kununurra and has its own caravan park and accommodation. We decided to take a day trip out there and check ...