Dalingunaya Backpackers

Forrest Rd., Fitzroy Crossing, Western Australia, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Forrest Rd., Fitzroy Crossing.
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Travel Blogs from Fitzroy Crossing

Cows, rocks and wallabies...

A travel blog entry by markandshirley on Sep 08, 2014

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We left the campsite early this morning - with the timezone adjustment we are waking up around 5am and ready for breakfast by 530am. That means we are on the road by around 730am with only the cows bidding us farewell from the campsite. The early start is not such a bad thing when the temps rise to around 36 degrees by the early afternoon.

Today we made our way to Fitzroy ...

Fitzroy crossing

A travel blog entry by simbik on Sep 08, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

A town a lot bigger than the name suggested to me, we stayed at a ripper little caravan park. Had a nice 3 course meal at the restaurant for Father's Day. On the Monday we decided to knock off a destination that we were going to hire a 4wd for, windjana gorge and tunnel creek, just off the gibb river rd heading from the west. By doing this we have saved a few days and a lot of cash rather than doing it from broome. We decided to ...

Kununurra - Bungle Bungles

A travel blog entry by lynshep on Sep 08, 2014

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After breakfast we took a leisurely tour around the countryside, including the Ivanhoe Plains which are part of the Ord River Irrigation Scheme. We passed lots of sandalwood plantations and even mangoes. They only grow enough sugarcane here now to supply the local rum distillery. We also visited Zebra Rock Art before a bit of free time in the centre of Kununurra. The jewellery shops were open so I could ...

Tunnel creek and onto Broome!

A travel blog entry by archiewilliam on Sep 03, 2014

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To tunnel creek today. Great idea for a really hot day. Cool walk through the tunnel, with occasional walks through water. We saw ghost bats and red fruit bats, and walked past a freshie on a sandy section. Luckily we saw him, apparently a German tourist nearly stepped on him 5 minutes later! The boys loved it. They got to walk in water, in the dark with head torches on. And see bats! Stopped in Derby for lunch, then onto Broome. As we were driving to Broome, ...

Fitzroy Crossing

A travel blog entry by simmsie on Aug 19, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

Fitzroy Crossing was our next destination just over 400kms from the Bungle Bungles along the Great Northern Highway – a lovely smoooooth bitumen 2 lane highwayJ We refuelled at Halls Creek and had been warned not to leave the car and van unattended. Every shop in the main street of Halls Creek has thick metal bars on the windows and doors – something I have never seen before.

There is not a lot to see along the way, the countryside is very flat ...

Other places to stay in Fitzroy Crossing

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    Great Northern Highway, Fitzroy Crossing | 3 star hotel
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