Pinctada Kimberley Grande
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPinctada Kimberley Grande Kununurra
Great pool heated frOm sun and comfortable. Nice dinner and breakfast
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Today was a travel Day, leaving Darwin at 9.30 am arriving in Kununurra before lunch. We gained an hour and a half as we are now in Western Australia that has the same time zone throughout the State. We still marvel at the weather, 33C every day and cloudless skies.
The view of the Ord River irrigation project as we approached Kununurra, …
Last day here, yesterday we drove out to Hootchery and sampled whiskey, rum and a ver nice choc/coffee liquor. There is so much water everywhere but you really can't get into it easily. Went out for a nice dinner at a bar a short walk from park
... cold meats and drinks. In the quiz on the way home Cooper correctly answered the question what is the closest animal related to termites? Cooper answered cockroach and he won a beer for dad!! We got back at about 2pm and headed out to view the Durack homestead. It was originally in the middle of the area which is now the lake so it was dismantled prior to going under water and stored up at kununarra until many years ...
Tuesday was our second day in Kunnanura and was another 'office day' – we stuck close to camp doing washing etc. Wednesday morning set of for Lake Argyle which is about 70 kms from Kunanurra. Called in to see the historic Durack Homestead – it was removed stone by stone before Argyle Downs was flooded in 1972 and later rebuilt. Not a lot of the original furniture etc was saved because they allowed 2 years for the demolition but ...
... it was impressive from the road. It's absolutely huge and although a little chop today, it would make an awesome ski spot. Being over 95 square km you'd think you could find a quiet bit?
The Durack Hoemstead gave us a bit of insight into the history of the district as well as the construction of the dam and after enjoying all of the look out views we returned to town for a last minute bit of preparation for our trip to the Bungle Bungles.