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GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT OUR TOUR

Encounter two of the Kimberley’s greatest icons in one day – Purnululu (the Bungle Bungles) and Lake Argyle. Begin with a two hour scenic flight enjoying a bird’s eye view of the World Heritage listed Bungle Bungles, Lake Argyle (including the diamond mine) and the Ord River irrigation area. Take in the breathtaking scenery of the Carr Boyd Ranges, the Osmand Ranges, the Ord River and the Bow River.

The countryside of the eastern Kimberley is colourful and vast, so viewing it from the comfort of your air-conditioned, high wing aircraft allows for a truly unique perspective.

We’ll land back in Kununurra and board a coach to Lake Argyle, travelling through stunning eastern Kimberley scenery and stopping at the historic Durack Homestead Museum before saying ‘ahoy’ to our Captain and heading out on the water.

Get ready for some good times and tan lines as we cruise through ‘the Heads’, visiting an array of wildlife along the way. Sit back and relax as you learn the colourful history of Lake Argyle and its surrounding areas.

Finally pull up as the sun sets and the sky turns orange, we’ll raise our glasses to an unforgettable day in the eastern Kimberley with complimentary champagne, beer and nibbles.

The coach will drop you back to your Kununurra accommodation at around 7pm.

Includes: Complimentary afternoon tea with alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

Average Duration: Flight-2.5 hours, Cruise-6 hours

Note:

  • The flight and cruise can be taken on separate days.
  • Durack Homestead Museum is closed between October-April.
  • We specialise in observing wildlife, but due to the nature of wild animals it cannot be guaranteed you will see all that is described in our services.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS

WHAT FOOD AND BEVERAGES ARE PROVIDED FOR THIS CRUISE?

We supply cold water, tea & coffee and sweat biscuits throughout the cruise.
A light breakfast of cereals, raisin bread, fruit, yoghurt and juice is provided.
Fresh local melons for morning tea.
A selection of snacks throughout the cruise.

CAN WE PURCHASE DRINKS ONBOARD?

No, we are not licensed to sell beverages on board but you are more than welcome to bring a few extra with you, we just ask to bring them in a small size bag.

DO YOU CATER FOR SPECIAL DIETARY NEEDS?

Yes, please mention at time of booking what your dietary requirements are. If you are concerned about severe allergies, your more than welcome to bring your own food and drink. Please make your allergy known to the skipper at the start of the cruise to ensure no cross contamination.

CAN WE BRING ADDITIONAL DRINKS/SNACKS?

You most certainly can, we just ask that you keep the items in a small cooler bag such as an insulated shopping bag and store these items under your seat.

IS THIS CRUISE WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE?

We do have limitations due to the size of our boat, what our capacity is on the day and movability around the boat.
Please contact our sales team to discuss further 08 91 687 687.

CAN I BRING A STROLLER/PRAM ON BOARD?

Unfortunately not, we do have room restrictions on board our boats.
Please feel free to call our sales team to discuss your options 08 91 687 687.

DOES IT GET COLD ON THIS CRUISE?

During the months of June to August it can get cold out at Lake Argyle.
We recommend bringing a jumper or jacket and/or a change of clothes.

DO YOU HAVE CHANGE FACILITIES AND TOILETS?

Yes, both on board our boats and at our office.

IS IT SAFE TO SWIM IN LAKE ARGYLE?

Certainly, we do have freshwater crocodiles in Lake Argyle but these creatures don’t actively hurt humans. We swim in the deeper parts of Lake Argyle where they frequent less.

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET TO LAKE ARGYLE FROM KUNUNURRA?

Lake Argyle is 70kms from Kununurra. The drive should take approx 50 minutes, but we recommend giving yourself an hour travel time.

IS LAKE ARGYLE ROAD ACCESSIBLE BY 2WD CARS?

Certainly is, Lake Argyle Road is sealed the whole way. There are some spots you will need to slow down due to the condition of the road and you do need to check the road conditions in the ‘wet season’.

IS IT SAFE TO DRIVE BACK TO KUNUNURRA AFTER THE CRUISE?

It will be dark by the time this cruise finishes. We advise to pay extra attention on the road as there is stray wildlife. We also advise to drink responsibly on the cruise.
Alternatively, we do offer return transfers from Kununurra. Please contact our sales team for more information 08 91687 687.

ARE THERE OTHER THINGS TO SEE AND DO AT THE LAKE?

Pop into our office, located 200 metres past the Lake Argyle Resort, our sales team will be happy to point out other points of interest.

There are many activities to do here at Lake Argyle including the Durack Homestead Museum, Walks and Look Outs, Infinity Pool, Canoe/Kayak and Paddle board Hire, Swimming, Fishing, Birdwatching, Scenic Flights, Pontoon and Dinghy Hire.

Whilst here come and browse through our amazing Zebra Rock collection and other lovely collectibles. 

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