There were so many things which made this an amazing trip so it is better to give you a list of what was REALLY special:
At El Questro Station - Sundowner drinks on the old airstrip. Linen tablecloths, cheese and nibbles and champagne, interesting commentary and conversation with Chilli (the best ranger on the station without doubt), all under the clear Kimberley night sky and all those amazing stars in the Milky Way...it was totally brilliant.
From Kununurra - A drive of 70kms to Lake Argyle – Australia’s largest body of inland fresh water, in fact it is technically an inland sea, it is so huge...it covers over 900 square kilometres and in the wet, will hold something like 85 Sydney Harbours of water! Then off to the lake itself and into a boat for a 55km cruise (sometimes slow and sometimes at quite high speed) along the Ord River from the Ord River Dam Wall back to Kununurra. This takes about 3 hours or maybe a bit more because you stop in scenic spots to feed the fish, look at the gorges, try and spot ‘freshies’ (crocodiles) and drink champagne..