Sunset Magic Cruise Ex Kununurra
- Duration: 6 Hours (approx.)
- Product code: KLA3
Sit back and relax as we transfer you the 70kms from Kununurra to beautiful Lake Argyle. Enjoy commentary about the local area, communities and industries with our experience driver. Stop at the Durack Homestead Museum and learn about this pioneering family before meeting up with your skipper for the afternoon. (Please note the Durack Homestead is closed from October till April)
As the old saying goes, “red sky at night, sailors’ delight” and there’s no better way to experience a breathtaking Lake Argyle sunset than out on the water! On our popular sunset magic cruise, we’ll explore the rugged northern end of Lake Argyle while navigating through some of the lake’s 90 islands and inlets. Our Skipper will entertain and inform with commentary on the natural history and development of Lake Argyle, The Ord River Irrigation System and the Aquaculture Industry. You’ll encounter Rock Wallabies, Crocodiles, Wallaroos (Euros) and the diverse array of birdlife that call Lake Argyle home. You’ll be delighted and awed by the Archer Fish that shoot water up at your hand with amazing precision. You’ll watch a Catfish feeding frenzy (also known by the fancier term of ‘Silver Cobbler’) and perhaps you’ll even be enticed to come back out on one of our fishing trips. As the sun sinks behind the glorious Carr Boyd Ranges, you’ll enjoy a complimentary drink and a light snack to make the most of this magic time of day. With rugged red cliffs reflecting into the blue water, Lake Argyle is the ultimate place to catch the last golden rays of the Kimberley sun.
Includes: Return transfers from Kununurra, entry into the Durack Homestead Museum, Complimentary afternoon tea, alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages.
Duration: 6 hours
Note: We specialize 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.
Durack Homestead Museum is closed between October-April.
Dress ‘Kimberley casual’ - shorts, t-shirt and sandals. Don’t forget your hat, sunscreen, camera, towel and swimwear. If you are sensitive to the cold, bring a light jacket to wear while we are motoring. Warm clothing may be required from June to August.