The colours of the Kimberly 🙏
Did you know that over 270 species of birds have been recorded in the Lake Argyle region – that is almost one-third of all the species found in Australia!
These “build up” skies certainly do make for some stunning sunset views on the water. Jump on a cruise & make sure your camera doesn’t leave your sight!!
The sky is a never-ending work of art. 😍 Once you're in the outback, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, everything looks a little more magical. 📸 @magnay
Standing on the edge of #kellysKnob
, taking in the ominous storm, the far away rain, the crushed sunset and the gorgeous town of Knx. As if the Kimberley couldn’t get more beautiful
“Welcome to the wet season”
Dawn patrol 🙌🏻 My days start a little different at home. So much fun! Anyways, it’s another cracking day here in the @margaretriver
region and I’m going to make the most of every minute. Hope you all have a ripping day. 📸 @_jampal
When it comes to recreational fishing, the vast coastline of the East Kimberley with its many rivers and estuaries, provides a valuable habitat that is home to an incredible fisher resource. 📸 @westernaustralia
Summer is almost here, the build skies have arrived and hopefully waterfall season will begin soon!
Lucky we have our ‘2 nights for 1’ special going til the end of March so you can get in on the action. Call us for more info
*block out dates apply over Christmas & New Years
An interesting fact about me. I like to get kicks that match my environment and work life. When I moved to Kununurra in April’18 it seemed appropriate to have a pair of kicks designed to honour the people that stood where I stand, continuously for many thousands of years. These kicks are sleek in shape, Indigenous in colour and have KNX typed into the tongue. I will leave them here in Kununurra when I leave
Nothing quite like a helicopter flight, 2 bottles of bubbles and a private waterfall at 10 o’clock in the morning. Always doing days off right! 🤘🌞 - Miri Miri Falls, ELQ
Driving in Kununurra is a magical experience with incredible sights, but please drive with caution. From dusk until dawn, many animals (wallabies, kangaroos, cattle, horses etc.) are more active and can stray onto the roads from unfenced farms. 📸 @dyan_vanhoff
Lake Kununurra is a freshwater man-made reservoir located in the Ord River valley. The lake was formed in 1963 by the construction of the Ord Diversion Dam in Kununurra, northern Western Australia, which was built to supply water to the Ord River Irrigation Area.
. If you lay flat against #ivanhoecrossing
where the water comes over, you can create a water cocoon and isolate yourself from the world. Things to try during the wet ✔️
Cathedral Gorge is an astonishing natural amphitheatre of red rock located within the Bungle Bungle Ranges in Purnululu National Park. It truly comes alive at night 😍 📸 @cjmaddock
You will be hard pressed to find a better 'Lion King' impersonation in the Kimberley. 😆 "Everything you see exists together in a delicate balance. As king, you need to understand that balance and respect all the creatures, from the crawling ant to the leaping antelope." - Mufasa
Spent a recent road trip in @thekimberleyaustralia
found a great little sunset spot where time stood still and you could be all alone @lakeargyle.
The rewards are always so great when you need to trek a little.
Lake Argyle is WA's largest man-made reservoir, built against the Ord River. The traditional owners are the Miriwoong Gajerrong peoples and knew the Ord River as Goonoonoorrang. You will be blown away at the sheer volume of water - it must be seen to believe.
Looking forward to the weekend and the adventures that await?
So are we!!
Will we be seeing you at the Lake?
Did you know it's only a short drive - approx 40km - to the Northern Territory border from Kununurra? This is a great day trip to get a photo in another territory 🚘 📸 @allaussieadvantures
Well hello the @ordriver
and an absolutely divine Kununurra sunset. Where better to be than on the Ord to watch the sun go down?
Kununurra Country Club Resort is your central sanctuary from which to access Western Australia’s extraordinary East Kimberley. Retreat in the comfort of your centrally-located Resort accommodation, less than 5km to the Kununurra airport, and on the doorstep to iconic natural wonders and hallmark attractions.