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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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... kan genomineerd worden voor zwembad van de Australan Outback.
We zagen de zons ondergang op de rode rotsen (het was vroeg
want we zijn 1.5 uur terug gegaan door tijdverschil). Google of Wikipedia Lake Argyle over hoe en
Lots of love/ Groetjes,
Mark and Shirley
... about our nicely behaved children, which is always nice to hear.
But I almost forgot! Before we had gone on the boat, we watched a dvd about Lake Argyle being built. Real seventies style - from the music to the moustaches! It was interesting to watch them with cigarettes in their mouths and sticks of dynamite in hand. Blowing up mountains with what seemed like little regard for the environment. It was breaking my heart after all of ...
... there was a sign saying that you had to pay for a park entry and that was available at El Questro station 6kms further down the track. So we drove to the station, bought our pass and drove back again. Mind you, there was people driving in, who didn't have a pass and didn't bother to go and buy one and of course, no one at the springs to check whether you had you pass or not. Gggggrrrr!! We walked to the Springs and clambered around the rocks to find a free spot, which ...
... a dim sim. The food was really good. And now that we were sufficiently fed and watered, we continued on our travels. We drove up to the five rivers lookout. This is where the King, Durack, Dunham, Ord, Pentecost Rivers flowed into the west arm of the Cambridge Gulf. It was beautiful to see but I would love to see it in the wet season when the whole surrounding area is flooded and become wetlands. We then drove back towards Kununurra and turned off at ...
... went to listen to a man sing and play guitar. The next day we went to a place with aboriginal painting. My mum thinks it was not as well protected as Kakadu. After that we went to a dam that held all the water for Wyndham. Then we went to the prison boab tree. The Boab tree was masive! It held all my family! The Boab tree was dark and a little bit eerie but it was cool let alone the heat ...