Pinctada Kimberley Grande
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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 which 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 …
... would be 6am here, having said that, it seems strange having a pepsi at 10.30am ….oh well !!!!
After the border, we drove down to Lake Argyle. Lake Argyle was a spectacular sight to beheld, so nice to see water again. The Lake is 21 times the size of Sydney Harbour. Set up camp at a free campsite before Lake Argyle.
... underwater when the dam was built. In the afternoon we swam again in the pool, and then we went to the beer garden to listen to a singer who played the guitar. He was really good, Ruby and I shared a lemonade. For dinner we had spaghetti, my favourite! We are seeing Gran and Gramps tomorrow at Katherine. ...
... area remains fairly unspoiled. The river had a dam built across it to support an irrigation scheme below Lake Kuranurra. The water from Lake Argyle is let out at a rate to maintain a constant water level in Lake Kunanurra. There is a hydro power station below Lake Argyle which supplies power to a couple of towns including Kunanurra and about 80% of the power for the Argyle diamond ...
After our helicopter flight over the bungles we hightailed it towards Kunanurra to stock up on food and fuel. Only 408km travelled for the day but the first 65km were pretty rough and took about 1&1/4 hours just to get back out to the highway. We hit Kunanurra about 3:20pm with Liz and Hamish food shopping whilst Cadel and I headed about 12km out of town to get cheap fuel (16c per litre less which is a lot when you buy 125l) and some ...