Wyndham is the northernmost town in Western Australia. It’s about 100km north of Kununurra. After we visited Emma Gorge we made the drive up to Wyndham to have a look at the Five Rivers Lookout. It’s a place where five rivers empty into one before heading out to sea. We had a look for all the rivers and gazed around at the view a bit. Honestly the kids could not have cared less. It was hot and windy up at the lookout and they weren’t all that impressed. Still it was a unique spot and we thought it would be worth seeing. Where else can you see the mouths of five rivers from one lookout? I imagine sunset here would be quite the view. Driving through town was interesting also as it was a bit…unkempt. We could see remnants of the iron ore port facilities, I’m not sure if any of it is at all operational now. These old barges tell the story of the days when the port was in full swing. LadyBug (6) was wondering if that was a swimming pool down there! This sign had me wondering what it says behind that ‘All Clear’. What else can they change it to? Do people really look at the sign when a cyclone is on the way? One more thing we had to see in Wyndham, the giant crocodile. If I remember right it is 20m long. We’d already been to Emma Gorge this day, we had one more stop to make on our way back to Kununurra…The Grotto!