Drove in late to Kununurra and happened to camp next to our New Zealand mates Bryan and Raewyn at Kimberlyland Caravan Park. Great park on Lake Kununurra which connects to Lake Argyle, spending 2 nights there, we did a afternoon trip with them to Lake Argyle, Australias largest fresh water lake, it was absolutely mindblowing. Then back to Kununurra to watch the sunset from Kelly's Knob lookout. The next day we hired some canoes and explored the lake before moving to the Big 4 Park further round on the lake. Had a tasty feed of Barramundi thanks to Raewyn's great catch, went to the Sandalwood Factory, Ivanhoe Crossing, watched an other beautiful sunset and tried our luck at catching a barra. No success we couldn't really find a spot that we felt comfortable to be safe enough from the bitey lizards. This place was a popular fishing spot and we saw many people doing some crazy things to get a good position for a fish!!!
Spent the evenings looking for freshwater crocs around the lake and toading!!!, which is collecting Cane Toads using gloves or plastic bags in a big bucket (yuk!), the park staff then bag them and put them in the Toad Freezer ready for Parks and Wildlife Ranger to collect.
Met a lovely couple Sandy and Collin and their 3yr old Alana, Sandy and I could chat for hours! heaps of fun they came toading one night and we all went hiking through Mirima National Park.