Hotel Kununurra

Address: 37 Messmate Way, Kununurra, Western Australia, 6743, Australia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 37 Messmate Way, Kununurra.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kununurra

      Reviewed by bncshute

      reasonable place to stay but broken into!!

      Reviewed May 19, 2013
      by (4 reviews) Kalgoorlie , Australia Flag of Australia

      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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      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kununurra

      3.00 of 5 stars Good

      Travel Blogs from Kununurra

      Gone from Mainoru, gone from Kununurra tommorrow.

      A travel blog entry by kbpl.begin2013 on Oct 27, 2014

      6 photos

      ... to the barra spot, he didn't buge & was still in the same spot 2 hours later. We left Mainoru (Central Arnhem Hwy, Northern Territory) last Wednesday, drove to Darwin, Peter flew to Brisbane & I drove to Kununurra (Western Australia). I finally loaded the ute & trailer with all our 'stuff' I think its definitely time to down size again ...LOL!
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      Sandalwood Oil from Tropical Oz

      A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 23, 2014

      5 photos

      ... br> *Each year Home Valley runs a trainee program for 10 indigenous trainees who study and hopefully get certificates in different areas of station activity. A white Australian member of the management team explains that the indigenous trainees do not always finish the course. Last year only 2 completed the course successfully. He says that one of the problems relates to their culture of sharing – this means that on return to ...

      Day 23 El Questro Wilderness Park

      A travel blog entry by elainedaniels on Oct 01, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... homestead and at the moment 5 of them are occupied at a mere cost of $2500 per person per night!! This includes all your food and drink as well as tours although not the helicopter rides. During peak season at El Questro the campsite has 650 people in it! So even though it is getting really hot now, I'm glad we are here when it is quieter. The ablution block for the campsite is not very big - much smaller than Uluru or Kings Canyon - so the queue for the showers must ...

      Bungle Bungle, Purnululu National Park

      A travel blog entry by barbrob on Jun 26, 2014

      13 photos

      ... Such an amazing sculptured work of nature. The domes are made from sandstone deposited about 360 million years ago. Erosion by creeks, rivers, and weathering in the past 20 million years helped to carve these domes. The domes striking colour of orange and grey bands are caused by Cyanobacteria which grows on layers of sandstone where moisture accumulates. The orange bands are oxidised iron compounds that have dried out too ...

      Day 25: Kununurra

      A travel blog entry by mikensoph on Jul 19, 2013

      28 photos

      ... around for miles! It was our first sighting of a dingo! We also had to cross the famous Pentecost river, which is full of saltwater crocodiles, so this time Soph didn't open the car door! During the wet season it can be 60+ metres wide and is impassable.

      We set up in the busy campsite in Kununurra, surrounded by a bogan family from hell and a Japanese guy who was watching Japanese game shows when he wasn’t doing drug deals. We got the ...