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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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... the wonderful names that the Aussies have given to creeks and rivers – it helps pass the time and kilometres.
Today’s collection include:
Jailhouse Creek, Frog Hollow Creek, Cheese Tin Creek and Tickalara Creek
How on earth did these names come about?
*Within a couple of hours we arrive at Kununurra, a new town established back in 1960 to service the Ord River dam project which was completed ...
... the car with the air con on as high as possible we headed for the NT/WA border (which has a quarantine inspection station on it). Therefore en route we ate all of our remaining fruit, so we were pretty full by the time we crossed the border. We had the car searched for fruit and vegetables and unfortunately had to surrender our honey, but that was the only casualty. We arrived in Kununurra and the campsite we were staying at had the best view of all of them so ...
... we will be up early and will drive back to Emma Gorge to do the gorge walk then on our way back to El Questro we will stop at Zeberdee Springs. In the afternoon we have booked into a cruise along Chamberlain Gorge. So it will be a full day but there should be lots of beautiful sights as well. It was a warm evening and the temperature didn't drop much with the sun. It is very different to the temperature at Purnululu that was also hot during the day ...
... islands in the lake. We had to pay $10 per adult for day use of the pool which was a bit steep I thought given were were only going to be there for a couple of hours and then we were going on a cruise that was run by Lake Argyle resort anyway but the infinity pool at the resort is well known in the area and we were keen for a swim so we paid the money. We took our lunch with us and after a refreshing swim we sat and had lunch by the pool. The pool certainly ...
... sun was about to set over the cliffs of the lake. The views from their infinity pool ( yes, infinity pool in a caravan park!) were amazing... So we decided to stay for two nights and enjoy a full day by the pool in 40 degree heat. The little guys had a ball at the beer garden dancing to live music until we had to drag them away at the end of the ...