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Discovery Parks-Lake Kununurra

3 Ratings



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3 Reviews

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Charles M.
1 year ago

Beautiful situation by the lake. Pleasant and helpful staff. Pool a bit small. Loads of shade from mature trees on practically all sites. Sites size generous and flat. Toilets cleaned every morning with hose sluice at 8 am. so get done before then! Good rate. No ambient noise. Hard to leave.

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Wander to Wonder Oz
2 years ago

Beautiful tranquil setting on Lake Kununurra with gorgeous sunset views. Park well equip, clean bathroom facilities and a nice pool. We had a ripper spot overlooking the lake.

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Jeff B.
3 years ago

Great little spot on the lake


Lakeview Dr,
Western Australia

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Coles Express Kununurra Roadhouse

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