Ibis Styles Kununurra
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
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... a small crocodile swimming in the lake about 150m from the caravan, never really got a good shot of him at he just disappeared after a while. We then got in the car and went towards town and tried to follow the lake around to find a crossing in hope of spotting some more crocs, but not such luck. This area is known for its Ord river irrigation system, which supplies water to all the mango and nut orchards. Very disappointed we haven’t found cheap mangoes ...
... square kms during flood); 900 kilometres of shore line (including the shorelines from the 90 islands) & is 22 times larger than Sydney Harbour. It’s home to about 30,000 freshwater crocs, 26 species of native fish; 3 varieties of freshwater tortoises & 270 bird species other wildlife. It was created in 1973 when they dammed the mighty Ord River & forms a storage area for the Ord Irrigation System. The Hydro Electric plant also ...
... day :-). Sat 10th - Well it was another day of reading and watching my bali dvd specials. Later in the afternoon I went for a fish and ended up with 6 catfish. A couple of them were a good size, however, I am not quite ready to turn them into a tasty treat just yet. Give me another day or so and things may be different though:-). There was a fresh water croc about 10 metres away lazing on the bank, however, he decided to ...
... were deep, narrow, and colorful. The park was reminiscent of Zion Canyon in Utah for its deep gorges and cliff faces and Bryce Canyon in Utah for the brilliant red color. Purnululu certainly rates favorably in comparison with these parks.
We stayed in a safari camp featuring small Quonset hut accommodations. Despite being quite warm in the daytime sun, at night it cooled off to around 50. It is the end of the tourist season, ie the dry ...
... narrow with high walls an d a very rocky base. There were palm trees growing through the entrance to the gorge. We had a picnic lunch in the Gorge, then while talking to other people, we realised that there was yet more to the Gorge and we were only about half-way along. The last bit was a real rock scramble, with a couple of ladders, and the Gorge became even narrower. We managed to get some great photos of the sunlight coming in through the narrow gaps between the ...