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Kununurra, Western Australia
Kununurra in Western Australia is known as the gateway to the Kimberley Ranges and is itself a place of vast natural wonder. Close to the Northern Territory border, its sparse and rugged beauty against a backdrop of red-tinged cliffs is perfect for an adventure-filled holiday. Enjoy hiking, exploring the bush lands, and visiting nearby national parks such as Purnululu National Park and Mirima National Park.
- Lake Kununurra
- Zebra Rock
- Celebrity Tree Park
- Take a boat cruise to explore the huge Lake Argyle
- Catch the sunset at Kununurra’s highest point, Kelly’s Knob Lookout
- Stroll around the beautiful natural sandstone formations of the Lost City
Getting There & Around
The small airport at Kununurra serves flights from Darwin, Broome, and Perth, and flying into the area is recommended unless you have a taste for serious outback adventure. QANTAS (via Airnorth) and Skywest both operate flights to Kununurra. Alternatively, Greyhound Australia offers daily bus services in the region.
The best way to explore the area is to hire a car, preferably a 4WD drive vehicle, as the roads are often treacherous during the wet season from October to April.
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