Ibis Styles Kununurra
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- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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We have been to Kununurra before and spent several days....it is an interesting stop and if you haven't been before you must stop.
We filled with fuel, purchased a few food bits we needed and other things and set sail for WYNDHAM.
We are always on the lookout for interesting stops, many roadside stops up this way aren't too inspiring, ...
... I'm wondering if my class has got my postcard yet?
From Kristina... not much to report today as we just ran lots of errands and shopped and got ready for the Gibb River Road tomorrow.
I don't think we will have internet while we are there so probably won't be able to load up the daily blogs for a few weeks. I'll write them everyday off line and ...
... rest of the stuff we need to do.
A pretty lazy day all up after we got back from town, we both read books, maps and info on the forthcoming drive up to the Mitchell Plateau.
On sunset, Karen saw one of the barking owls sitting in a tree only ~50m up from our site. It was a bit dark for a photo. Whilst looking at that, she was talking to some other ladies who ...
... We have heard so much about this place over the years from our parents and also over the past few weeks from Col and Wendy. I was quite excited to be going there. We crossed Moonshine Creek which wasn’t much more than a puddle and then Pentecost River which was a bit deeper and very pretty.
After we paid $12 each for our park pass at the station our next stop was Zebedee Springs. This is a permanent thermal spring with a water temp 28 ...
... creams and stuff. All too expensive and full of chemicals for me.
So on to the Hoochery, the oldest legal still and rum distillery in Australia. Well all these people up here certainly know how to charge , sorry again no presents, the cheapest was around $60 for a small 500ml bottle. I did look at the aniseed liqueur though but at nearly a hundred dollars. no.
The last place we had to look at was Ivanhoe crossing. This is ...