Situated in the heart of the Kimberley, Halls Creek is the gateway to a range of world renowned natural attractions, including the World Heritage listed Bungle Bungle ranges of Purnululu National Park. Also located near Halls Creek is the remarkable Wolfe Creek Crater, the Old Halls Creek township, China Wall, Caroline Pool as well as access to Duncan Road, the Buntine Highway, Tanami Road and the Canning Stock Route.
Located on the edges of the Great Sandy Desert and Tanami Desert, 362km south of Kununurra, 1288km south-west of Darwin and 2873km north-east of Perth, Halls Creek offers a genuine insight into the spectacular Australian outback.
Covering some 142,908 square kilometres of predominantly desert and pastoral country, Halls Creek has something for everyone, from wide open spaces and magnificent natural attractions, to rich Aboriginal and European history and culture.
From Halls Creek you can fly over and land in the Bungles and do a scenic flight over Wolf Creek Crater.
Halls Creek Attractions
Arteon WG Kimberley Treasures
A member of the Kununurra Visitor Centre, Arteon WG Kimberley Treasures, is based in Halls Creek. The Arteon family first established their jewellery shops in the Southwest of France in 1848 and have been operating since. Their traditional way of handmade jewellery combined with the latest in technology, enables them to reproduce the vibrant colours and the magic that emanates from the Kimberley region of Northern Australia.
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