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Western Australia is free from many of the insect and animal pests, plant and animal diseases and weeds, which are present elsewhere in Australia.
Therefore, there are strict quarantine laws on what can be bought into WA.
The Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia's Quarantine WA service, operates border checkpoints as a first line of defense against incursions of unwanted pests, weeds and diseases, which could arrive on freight, cargo and other items brought in from interstate. Road checkpoints at Kununurra and Eucla operate 24 hours a day throughout the year. 

Check point locations  
Eucla/ Eyre Highway +61 08 9039 3227
Kununurra, Victoria Highway (WA/NT border) +61 08 9168 7354
Perth Airport +61 08 9334 1865
Indian - Pacific Train   +61 08 9334 1800 
Kununurra Airport +61 08 9334 1800
Broome Airport +61 08 9334 1800
Kalgoorlie Airport +61 08 9334 1800
Karratha Airport  +61 08 9334 1800











For further information visit the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development website.





The mighty Ord River near Kununurra in the SidePanel_OrdRiverElephantRock
Kimberley region is one of Western Australia's most scenic and significant waterways. At various points along its length you can go cruising and canoeing between stunning gorges, see crocodiles and amazing birdlife, catch an elusive barramundi, go swimming and jet skiing.

It's not surprising that the Aboriginal meaning for the word Kununurra is "big waters" or the "meeting of the waters". There are two man-made barriers which regulate the flow of water. The Diversion Dam, which is a short drive from Kununurra, allows water to be diverted to farms. Below the dam the river flows to the Cambridge Gulf. This is one of the best places to go barramundi fishing - but keep a watch out for saltwater crocodiles!

Above the Diversion Dam Lake Kununurra is formed and is popular for all manner of water sports. The stretch of water between the Diversion Dam and the dam wall at Lake Argyle passes through Carlton Gorge with its magnificent cliffs and rock overhangs.

Created by the Ord River dam, massive Lake Argyle is the biggest man made lake in Australia. There are boat, fishing and canoe tours of the Ord River available.

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The community of Warmun is located about 200 kilometres south west of Kununurra on the Great Northern Highway. Servicing the small community and the surrounding cattle stations Warmun is also ideally located to those visitors travelling into the Purnululu National Park.

Things to see and do in Warmun (Turkey Creek)

Aeroplane flights over the Bungle Bungle are available from Warmun throughout April to October and ground tours to the Bungle Bungle depart from the Warmun Roadhouse (subject to availability - contact the Kununurra Visitor Centre for bookings and details). The Warmun Art Centre exhibits many of the local indigenous artists and is a popular gallery that many choose to visit while in the community.

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Halls Creek is a busy service town for surrounding pastoralists, Aboriginal communities and travelers exploring northern Western Australia. Halls Creek is also the fourth fastest growing shire within Western Australia.

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.

Phone +61 8 9168 6647

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