Voyages El Questro Wilderness Park Hotel
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... Creek which had a lot of the locals hanging around, so we had a quick stop. The terrain has changed considerably in the last couple of 100km’s . There was a lot of massive Boab trees, never seen so many before. Pasted through the NT/WA boarder post , all went well except they took away Mike's tomatoes. The road conditions changed, WA clearly maintain their roads better than NT. 70 kms from the border we checked into our Caravan Park in Kununurra which ...
... about getting him his own board - joke, Nicholas!!)
After lunch we spent some more hours in the amazing pool, at least this time it wasn’t as cold but still a bit chilly, but we had earned it. And this time we were prepared for the sunset party, except Mother Nature wasn’t co-operating as much as she could have been as it was a wee bit cloudy. Still that didn’t bother us too much as we had nabbed the best position to ...
... has a harem, lays 4 eggs on top of the reeds in the water (so easy crocodile food really), the father sits on them until they hatch then he brings them up. By this time, I believe that the mother has disappeared. They usually have 4 chicks & the father often protects 2 under each wing when they are young. They were so cute!!
We also cruised past the Sleeping Buddha / Elephant Rock which I have talked about previously. ...
Chris & I both woke up with the dawn & thought it must have been about 6am. I looked at the clock & was absolutely shocked to see it was 4.50am!! Oh well, can’t go back to sleep, may as well get up. The lake was magical - just like a massive sheet of glass. Finally, we get to use the SUPs that had travelled on top of the car with us! It was wonderful being out there as the sun was rising & everything was ...
... of the lake and surrounding areas. We also fed some of the fish and it was interesting to see the Archer fish, which shoot water at food to try and knock it into the water. We held some bread approx a metre above the water and laughed as water is shot up from under the water and hit or got close to the bread. They do this on small bugs, insects etc that are on tree branches. We saw some magpie geese, which is ...
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