Ibis Styles Kununurra
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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 …
After a night at Lake Argyle we ventured into Kununurra. Our first visit was the information bureau to be told that Mirima National Park was closed to the public due to a fire, so unfortunately we are unable to visit the “mini bungle bungles”. We had a look around town and visited the cultural art gallery. We were amazed at the …
We had an awesome day on the lake cruise today. We headed out at 1030am the sun was bright and we got on the Durack argyle catamaran. The boat took us about 20km out into the lake. We got to see cat fish, rock wallabies, fresh water crocodile, pelicans and birds. When the boat stopped for lunch we were able to jump off and have a swim in the lake the water was 23 degrees. There was a very nice spread for lunch and including ...
A day of doing bits and pieces in preparation to departing on Thursday. Spent a lot of the day purchasing, cutting and fixing some foam pads to the rear windows of Terro. This is ready for our trip on the Gibb River Road. This is to help stop the rear windows getting damaged or broken by flying rocks. The day was a ...