Pinctada Kimberley Grande
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- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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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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... there are lots hanging in the trees everywhere but non ripe enough to eat yet. We stopped in at the supermarket to pick up some more fresh fruit and veg and then back to the campsite for another swim and a chat to some fellow travelers from Denmark and Holland.Came back to the van where Mike had an afternoon nap and I wrote the blog. Around 6.30pm we had another swim after which I cut the Danish ladies hair. Cooked dinner and planned our next move towards Broome
... to Kununurra, Wyndham as well as the Argyle Diamond mine. It’s a massive gorgeous lake with pristine clear blue waters with red towering rocky cliffs around it. Lake Argyle Resort itself is lovely & caters for everyone - caravanners; tents; camping tours & there’s even some lovely cabins overlooking the wonderful old escarpment & the beautiful Lake Argyle that we have fallen in love with. We pulled up at 10am or so & ...
... the water and watch me and was probably interested in the catfish that was swimming my way ;-). Wed 14th - Well it has been a great time here so far with Maddy working and me still in holiday mode ha ha! That said, I am making sure that lunch and dinner is ready for when she comes to the van. I am finding an even more creative side to the food as we have to make do with what is left due to the nearest shop being 70 klms ...
... the camp was about to close. In the upcoming rainy season, the weather is hot and steamy and the roads often close. We flew back to Kununurra over the Kimberley diamond mine, one of the largest open pit diamond mines in the world that features pink and blue diamonds, and Lake Argyle, formed by a dam on the River Ord. There were a number of wildfires on the west side of Lake Argyle which we flew over. Some of the fires occur naturally, but others are ...
... One of the most interesting aspects of the Gorge was the way that the cliff walls were made of conglomerate rocks. The temperature outside was about 34 to 36 degrees, but it was much cooler inside the Gorge. Next, we headed off to our helicopter ride. We were worried that we might be running late, as the roads prevent any sort of hurrying, but ended up with lots of spare time. We were even able to head back to our camp for a freshen-up first! There was a short-cut track ...