Had a fantastic week. First stop Flora River National Park. 31km dirt. Mr B not happy about the bumpy road. Flat gravel but a few corrugations. Mr B loved the area so much he got runover by a wallaby being chased by local indigenous kids. Ended up with sore ankle. Moved on to Jasper Gorge, 50km corrugated dirt. Visited a cave half way up a cliff face, where indigenous sat and watched the world go by. Fantastic views. Had afew days there. Onto Timber Creek had a ...
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Just completeted the best tour, Triple J tours from Kununurra to Lake Argyle in a bus then back to Kununurra in a boat 55km. It was fantastic. Once again breathtaking, beautiful scenery, up small creeks, birds I have never even heard of, crockodiles, wallaroos, etc etc They have 50,000 litres per second flowing downstreamfrom Lake Argyle of which 40,000 flows out to sea for the environmental flow. Fantastic day. Last night, however was very different. Mr B ...
Kununurra is lovely. Today is all food shopping, cleaning and washing etc sadly it has to be done especially when you have to empty the fridge of fruit and veg to cross in to WA. After wanting an Argyle diamond for along while, I have the priviledge to go and buy a nice cognac diamond. Trouble is I had to have my ring repaired to put it in. Early birthday present. Mr M did a flight this am over Lake Argle and Bungle Bungles. He got the front seat and had a fe...
The drive from Katherine to Kununurra is more than what I expected. It is beautiful. Cannot believe the beauty of the area. Had a night in Lake Argyle - fantastic caravan park. Would like to have stayed a week but need to press on. the drive into Lake Argyle - 30 km must be the best scenery in WA. Truly majestic. Lots of ohh's and ah's and not a lot of places for photo opportunities.