Kunanurra van storage?

Submitted: Sunday, Jan 15, 2006 at 17:59
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G'day! We are 2 retired couples planning a Kimberley trip for winter this year and need to find a secure place to store our vans in Kununurra, while we travel and camp the Gibb R. road / Mitchell Plateau etc. If there is anyone with recent info re some such place, we would be most grateful to know about it, a.s.a.p. Also any advice or suggestions for such a camping trip, would be great. Thanks!
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Reply By: Kiwi Kia - Sunday, Jan 15, 2006 at 19:44

Sunday, Jan 15, 2006 at 19:44
I am sure that you will get a good answer from some one but in the mean time have you checked the phone book? There is a very nice campground / motel on the edge of the Lily Creek Lagoon calle Lakeside Resort, try calling them.
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Reply By: Member - Kimberly Kruiser (WA) - Sunday, Jan 15, 2006 at 20:41

Sunday, Jan 15, 2006 at 20:41
Kartie

Hidden Valley Tourist Park
Weaber Plain Road
Kununurra
PH: (08) 9168 1790

Have a large grass area at side for van storage whilst you wander off up the Gibb etc.

Others in town but I don't know if they store vans;

Kimberleyland Holiday Park (08) 9168 1280
Kona Lakeside (08) 9168 1031
Town Caravan Park (08) 9168 1763
Ivanhoe Villiage Caravan Resort (08) 9169 1995.

Cheers
Wal.
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Reply By: GJL 13 - Monday, Jan 16, 2006 at 00:22

Monday, Jan 16, 2006 at 00:22
Hi Kartie
Did the same trip in August /Sept 2005 We left our van at Kona Lakeside Caravan Park We found it to be a great park Jason & Yvonne I think were the names of the people that ran the park they let us store our van outside their residence in a secure position with power for $4 per night there were no dramas whilst we did the Gibb river Rd. and up to Kalumbaru We took 12 days a great trip. Call into El Questro You will need 5 days at least , check out Drysdale River Station Great place and try a Kimberley Burger , Miners Pool, Kalumbaru is good especially McGowans island and meet George He is Great do a fishing trip. Thought that it was better than Honey Moon beach,Barnet river Gorge, Bell Gorge Is Great well worth the walk, Windjana Gorge & Tunnel Creek < We thought were great but there is lots more. ENJOY
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Reply By: Member - DOZER- Monday, Jan 16, 2006 at 08:55

Monday, Jan 16, 2006 at 08:55
Left our van at Kimberleyland c/p...they charge a few dollars a day and put it down the back near the caretakers quarters, so they could keep an eye on it.
There was no problems
Andrew
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Reply By: Vagabond - Monday, Jan 16, 2006 at 09:04

Monday, Jan 16, 2006 at 09:04
We stored a very large motorhome (the size of a semi trailer) at Hidden Valley Caravan Park, Weaber Plains Road in Kununurra for $2 per night in May 2004. The normal storage place (several kms out of town, can't rember their name) initially wanted $5 per day then changed their mind to $10 per day because of the car trailer. We didn't feel like being ripped off. Can't vouch for the prices now at Hidden Valley, but I would be surprised if they had changed. One of the best caravan parks in Australia (and we have seen a lot of it) is the Ivanhoe Village Caravan Resort (corner Coolibah and Ivanhoe Roads). It is quite new, beautiful gardens, sealed roads, lawn everywhere, loads of shade, fantastic camp kitchen (with a big oven) and only a dollar or so more than other parks in Kununurra. We strongly recommend it.
Spend as time as possible on the Gibb River Road. There are many gorges to see and they are all great. It is one of the prettiest regions in Australia.



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