Ibis Styles Kununurra
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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Started the day by walking over the road to the lake (Lilypad Lagoon). Much enjoyed the bird-life and trying to get the perfect photo. The lake-side mown grass and fringing reeds were home to flocks of Crimson Finches who amused us with their quarrelling, noisy chatter. Also among the bulrushes were very shy Golden-headed Cisicolas and out on the …
Big drive to Kununurra today (630 km). Stopped at Halls Creek (morning tea) and Turkey Creek (lunch) plus a couple of lookouts on the way. Halls Creek is in the heart of the Kimberley cattle industry and is surrounded by some large stations. The town itself is very small and still very pioneer-like. Nothing much around to look at, so we moved on …
On leaving the eighteen km’s of rough road out of the campground, we pulled into the border quarantine station to be searched. We had been eating vegetarian for the last two days, so no veggies on board, also turned the clocks back 1 and ½ hours.
Now 2 hours behind Melbourne time. Remember than when you ring us at 8am … we will be ...
This morning we had Ruby's pancakes for breakfast again. We also had another swim in the infinity pool. The pools looks like it just drops away into the gorge, it's awesome. We went to look at the Ord River Dam which was interesting, and the Durack family homestead which they have rebuilt because the ...
... about the wildlife, flora and the geology of the area - very impressive. The Ord river has had a dam built across it at Kunanurra to make Lake Kunanurra which dams the Ord River for about 40km in the direction of Lake Argyle. The river then becomes narrow and fast flowing for the 15 kms up to the Lake Argyle dam wall. There are no roads to this section of the Ord River and ...