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Nice veiws of the lake can drive over the dam wall to a nice picnic area, went to the station house some good history about the family,went to the caravan park got a day pass and swam in the infinity pool that was awsome altho...More
Impressive structure that holds back a vast amount of water. It was built to turn the area into a food bowl but after 50 years they still seem to be struggling to find commercially viable food crops and the main product is sandlewood. The optimists...More
Josh and Tamsyn put on an unforgettable meal in the outback.
The culinary delights, all cooked in camp ovens, included lovely Baramundi and crackly belly pork served with local sourced salads and dressings.
The dining table was a delight to see as the solar powered...More
When we left tgis morning we thought it would be just a men made lake as so many others. Well thats true but the scenery before you get there is superb. The lake is fine but really enjoyable is driving through this part of WA.
We stopped 2 nights in Kununurra and one of the reasons was to have time to see Lake Argyle. It was so not worth it. It's impossible to get to in order to swim at, it's got very few entry points and the only thing...More