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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kununurra
although our stay was pleasant, the room clean and comfortable. Good food available for dinner through the restaurant, we were dissapointed that our car was broken into in the hotel car park..... they do warn guests but maybe they should be more proactive about carpark security?
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Travel Blogs from Kununurra
... a new phase being embarked on by a Chinese organisation, although they plan on growing sugar cane for ethanol car fuels (not food). There are also plans for an irrigation scheme hanging off the lake in the Northern Territory.
Near sun set we stopped for a swim which included jumping in off the roof of the boat. Great fun including the two kids and I jumping in together. I also got a video taken from in the water of Jax jumping ...
We are in Kununurra WA and about to leave tomorrow to make our way to Derby on the coast for our Horizontal Falls Experience.
We left Darwin on Friday the 29th May and travelled to Jabiru in Kakadu National Park. The town of Jabiru is about 220 km from Darwin. Unfortunately I had a fall on the Wednesday before leaving Darwin and actually still suffering with a very sore left foot. I had a tumble ...
... the Ivanhoe crossing. This is a concrete causeway and fishing is the favourite of the locals. Everywhere are signs for crocs yet they are out there in force waist deep in water fishing.
The visit to the Hoochery is a fine addition to the area. It is a family owned and operated distillery with the oldest legal still in WA. Rum seem to win out on the day. Three tastings for $5 ...
... members of the "SKI club", exploring the country after retirement and spending what they can of the kids' inheritance!! The economic well-being of these parts of Australia would most certainly be a lot worse without them!
Of course (minus the caravan) we're really members of the same club as was apparent to the lady sitting next to me on our late afternoon cruise along the Ord River who asked me "...and which caravan park are you staying in"?
... Today was no different, after inquiring about El Questro and what was to see in Kununurra (that we hadn't already seen) it was suggested we might be interested in the Zebra Rock Mine camping area, 60km east of Kununurra in the Northern Territory. A chance to have a sunset cruise on Argyle Dam from the other side, looks interesting. You can't visit Kununurra without calling into the Hoochery Distillery and taking the opportunity to try the ...