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 …
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
... sleeping in a parking bay we got up and moving and up to see the "Five Rivers Lookout" on the hilltop above Wyndham. We needed to unhitch the van down in town as the road is steep up to the lookout. The view from the top is amazing giving a full 360 degree view if you walk around the car park. The Wyndham Port is actually in a wide expense in the main river.
Next stop was Kununurra. It is worth saying that the ...
... scenery we've seen this ranks in the top 2 or 3. It holds between 21 and 80 times as much water as the entire Sydney harbour which is a staggering amount and would keep Kununurra in drinking water for 70 years in complete drought. The campsite there has an infinity pool that has a magnificent view looking down a small portion of the valley. The words luxury and camping have not featured in the same sentence much on this trip but this does have the ...
... Entering Kununurra you pass over the diversion dame, Lake Kununurra and then to our CP on the Lily Creek Lagoon. The ubiquitous trip of course to the visitor centre where we booked tickets to the Kimberley Moon concert on Saturday afternoon and night, then out of town to the Hootchery, the oldest operating legal rum still in WA. We then went to have a look at the old Ivanhoe Crossing which used to be the only way across the Ord River. It is now closed to cars (they just put a ...