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 …

Another 41 degree day

A travel blog entry by gothard on Mar 10, 2015

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... see many of the items while driving en-route albeit at a more frantic pace. The need to get to Perth by the 18th keeps me focussed.

Off to check in, have another swim and visit the local ‘Coles’ supermarket tomorrow to stock up with some more food and drinks for the next part of the journey 1,050km to Broome on the Coast where I plan to stay a couple of days and enjoy the beach once again and hopefully no bloomin ...

Keep River National Park

A travel blog entry by sergeantdeleeuw on Oct 27, 2014

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Just before we reached the Western Australian border we stayed at the Keep River National Park. One of the great conveniences of this camp ground is that you have access to fresh water on your way into the park, as well as at the Jarnem campground. Our tanks were dry when we reached this location so it was a relief to be able to fill them again.

We had checked out the details of the park before we arrived at had already decided that ...

Sandalwood Oil from Tropical Oz

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Oct 23, 2014

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... oil and wood in Australia.

*At points on our trip we encounter 'metaphorical circles' – connections with other experiences, people or places. Sandalwood is a good example. The oil is revered in both India and China and is used in Hindu and Buddhist religious ceremonies. The scented wood is carved to make religious artefacts, not least, the prayer bead. When we were visiting the Tibetan Buddhist monasteries in China and the ...


A travel blog entry by ralphg on Oct 15, 2014

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Because the repairs were only temporary we needed to drive to Kununurra for repairs. On the 15th we arrived in Kununurra at the garage. We had to leave the car here. It would take a day to repair the sump.  We spend the day on a caravan park because we couldn't use our tent. Here we enjoyed ourselfs at the swimmingpool and ordered ...

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