Kununurra in August 2007
(Yorke Peninsula, South Australia)
We arrived in Kununurra the day after their show. As it was the busiest season we went to the overflow on the showgrounds. Show people were moving out and we were moving in. One of the best place we have visited. We toured around and found plenty of spots for photography, fishing or just looking. We visited the Ord dam and went on a cruise on the river. We found it easy to find everything you need. Lovely drives to the fruit blocks where you could buy fresh fruit and vegetables. Their information centre was helpful in finding accommodation at the oval due to caravan parks being full. Also easy directions to find the oval. Thoroughly enjoyed our trip to the Kimberley and hopefully we can return one day as we only skimmed the surface of places and sites to visit.
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