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The Bungle Bungles

Today we took a scenic flight over The Bungle Bungles.  The 1pm flight proved too much for David who found the bumping plane (thermal currents over the Bungle Bungles) too much and was ill.  We were told that earlier flights are less bumpy because land temperatures haven’t had time to build up. Pilot Kurt said […]

Scenes of Kununurra and Toad Busting

We are writing this blog from Warmun – Turkey Creek which is 200kms south of Kununurra on the Great Northern Highway while waiting for a flight to take us over The Bungles Bungles. We left Kununurra yesterday planning to visit Wyndam but were disappointed on the accommodation we had planned to stay at so we […]

More on Kununurra

We are really enjoying our stay in Kununurra.  It’s the dry season here but temperatures are a warm, humid 33-35c, so it must be very oppressive during the wet season. We have been fortunate to enjoy a fabulous informative bus and boat tour by Triple J Tours of the Ord River Dam, Lake Argyle, Durack […]

Now in WA…but 3,200 kms from Perth

Since leaving Darwin last Saturday we have arrived in Kununurra (Boab Tree Country) and are staying at the Kimberleyland Caravan Park 1km out of town overlooking the very picturesque Lilly Lake. The wheelbarrow is now resting on the top of the Kia creating interest where ever we go and it is amazing to think that […]

Le Tour de Darwin

This is our last week in Darwin as we are leaving Saturday (18.7.9) to head south back to Katherine then west along the Victoria Highway to Kununurra. We have family with us and are showing them Darwin visiting some areas we’ve not previously seen before such as the Cullen Bay loch which is needed for […]