Up early for a climb up the mountain for a view from the top of gunlom. Had to be careful on the steep and dusty track however the view was worth it. Although the flow of water was only a trickle the infinity pool was spectacular. Wasn't quite warm enough for a swim as yet so we trecked back down and packed up ready to move on.
We were happy to leave the dusty track, hopefully we left more dust than we took with us.
We were happy to arrive at the little oasis called Cooinda Lodge. Jack was itching to watch the Hawks so best Baz look after him (couple of schooners). Great win over the Roos. Not sure why Dr Marc was mowing lawns when he could have been watching in the 'man cave'!
As we hadn't booked a powered site we had to settle for an unpowered site for the night. Was bloody hot and could have done with airconditioning - thought Pen was going to boil. Have one booked for tomorrow. Also had to eat inside so we didn't get eaten alive by the mosquito's.
Plan on some walks, a visit to the cultural centre and the sunset Yellow Waters cruise tomorrow.
KM's - 121 (37 dusty);
Steps - 13,181;
Max Temperature - 36;
Fish - 0;
Pokemon's - 4 (total 139)
Accomodation - Cooinda Camping Ground $36.00
Petrol - $0