Voyages El Questro Wilderness Park Hotel

Address: Banksia Street , Kununurra, Western Australia, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Banksia Street , Kununurra.
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Travel Blogs from Kununurra

El Questro at last

A travel blog entry by dahlsen_family on Jul 12, 2014

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We woke up to overcast skies today – this first cloud we had seen since reaching Broome!

El Questro was only half an hour down the road and the anticipation was killing me! When I worked for Accor Hotels in the mid to late 90’s, Accor had managed El Questro and I had quite vivid memories of the place – it was somewhere I …

Days 69 to 71 - Lake Argyle / Kununurra / Wyndham

A travel blog entry by jaxonmc on Jun 09, 2015

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... see the lake for miles! Went on a sunset cruise down Lake Argyle on a boat called the Kimberly Durack. We started by going down near the dam wall and learning about the flood levels and how they went up really high every wet season. We saw loads of Freshwater Crocodiles, one of them looked like they were about to attack a Pied Cormorant, but a freshie wouldn't attack a big bird like that. We also ...

Hello From Kununurra

A travel blog entry by bellsbuggy on Jun 09, 2015

1 comment, 17 photos

... back to Katherine for our Dinner cruise along the Katherine Gorge and prepared for our journey into WA. The cruise was amazing and the food was tantelizing. I actually tried a Crocodile Bisque which was yummy. I was bought back to my RAAF days as we had fighter jets flying over the Katherine area daily from the local Air Force Base just outside Katherine RAAF Base Tindal.

We left Katherine last Saturday and ...

Day 142 Katherine - Kunanurra

A travel blog entry by robmauger on May 30, 2015

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... to Kunanurra and every one we pass is almost literally a milestone in escaping a tight situation. The last 50km is torture and we have to stop at the quarantine station to have our car inspected. The man confirms there is no petrol station until Kunanurra, we then get held up in roadworks. As we pull away there is an almighty tearing sound and one of the tyres has gone on the camper trailer. It's all I need with my frayed nerves. It's a simple enough change but it could ...

Adventure Before Dementia

A travel blog entry by bdsaly on May 21, 2015

1 comment, 27 photos

... it's allowed to flow out to the sea. Numerous "reviews" have concluded that it would be too impractical or too expensive to pipe the water down to the southeast cities, which are invariably short of water. More likely, none of Australia's chronically inept politicians have either the foresight or courage to take on an infrastructure project that would reap enormous benefits for the country as a whole

The economy of much of northwestern Australia ...

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