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Local Attractions

There is lots to see and do in the local Kununurra area, whether you want to hike to a fantastic view point of the town or chill out in a remote natural waterhole, or even try some famous Ord River Rum, there really is something for everyone!

Click on the images below to start exploring more of what Kununurra and the surrounding area has to offer you!
If you would like more information on local attractions you could give us a call at the Kununurra Visitor Centre 08 9168 1177.

 

Hoochery Distillery

We make award winning rum, we have the famous Ord River rum cake and we are well worth the drive!

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Warmun Art Centre

Purchase artworks by collectable and emerging Aboriginal artists from Warmun Art Centre’s Gallery – National Exhibitions – Online Gallery. *Above art produced by Patrick Mung Mung - Ngarrgooroon Country and Rusty Peters – Gooragawarring Garnkinynoongoo*

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Lake Kununurra

The lake was formed after the completion of the Diversion Dam. It harbours a large variety of flora and fauna, contains wetland areas and provides a water frontage to the town, many small farms and tourist developments. It is also used extensively for sailing, rowing and skiing, supports several tour boat operations and is the landing field for float planes

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Mirima National Park

Known locally as the ‘mini Bungle Bungles’ or Hidden Valley, Mirima National Park is located just minutes from Kununurra.

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Black Rock Falls

A beautiful waterhole which epitomizes the East Kimberley region!

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Kununurra Museum

At present the Kununurra Museum is Open Mon-Fri - 12.30 to 5.30pm (Always dependent on dedicated volunteer availability). The wet season is a good chance for locals to see their history - So if the gate is open and Open signs out - Please feel free to come in and soak up some Ord River history.

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Kununurra Markets

The Kununurra Markets are held each Saturday morning, from April to September, in Whitegum Park, 8am until 12noon. The markets provide an opportunity to purchase locally made arts and crafts and fresh fruit/veg supplied by famers from around the district. Grab yourself some funky jewellery, gorgeous zebra rock or ribbon stone, rough diamonds, boab pendants and earrings, wooden toys, soaps, clothing, scented candles, local photography, pens, dream catchers, pot plants, second hand books, sec...

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Molly Springs

Molly Springs is a gorgeous little spring fed pool and waterfall about 30km from Kununurra (towards Wyndham). Emphasis should be placed on little here; the pool is only a few metres across so a little cosy sometimes! It is however a lovely shady place to sit in the water and watch the fish, goannas and birds. This little Kununurra waterfall is very popular with the locals and its available to access all year round. Look for a track to your right just after crossing, Weaner Creek

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The Grotto

The Grotto is one of many small canyons located close to Kununurra. As a small natural water hole it is ideal for swimming or relaxing. Simply visit the Grotto and soak up the natural beauty of the Kimberley wilderness and what is a small, natural amphitheater! The Grotto is perhaps best explored during the wet season, when the water can fall much easier and gives a real tropical feel. We advise caution if travelling in this time however.

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Elephant Rock / Sleeping Buddha

Large, striking rock, ever-present on the banks of the famous Ord River

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Swim Beach

A freshwater swimming 'beach' on the Upper Ord River

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Ivanhoe Crossing

An old crossing over the Ord River

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Rodeo Grounds

Kununurra Rode and Campdraft hold several events over the dry season.

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The Sandalwood Shop

Located on Lot 51 Weaber Plains Road just 15 minutes from town, The Sandalwood Factory Kununurra features a wide range of Australian Sandalwood products. Our unique showroom will indulge your senses; feel samples of the wood in its various stages - from log to wood powder - and smell the sandalwood oil that has been an important ingredient in perfumery since Egyptian times. Sample our wide range of beauty products featuring pure Australian Sandalwood oil. Relax in our gourmet café offering local...

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Kimberley Fine Diamonds

Click here to visit our website Phone: (08) 9169 1133 KIMBERLEY FINE DIAMONDS Kimberley Fine Diamonds is one of Australia's leading suppliers of the world's rarest diamonds, the stunning Argyle Pink Diamond. An appointed Argyle Diamond distributor, its collection of exquisite pinks and natural coloured diamonds unearthed in Western Australia's far north east is quite simply unmatched.Established in 1991 by outback pioneer and jeweller Frauke Bolten-Boshammer, Kimberley Fine Diamonds is celebr...

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Five Rivers Lookout (The Bastion)

An incredible vantage point where the five rivers meet.

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Curlew Home Living

Quality products right here in Kununurra.

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Penney's Prints

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Diversion Dam

One of the most iconic landmarks in Kununurra, the Diversion Dam, built to contain the flow of water from Lake Argyle

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Kelly's Knob Lookout

Kelly's Knob provides 360 degree view of Kununurra and is a great spot to sit and watch the sunset on another Kimberley day.

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Celebrity Tree Park

A lovely shaded area looking over the Ord River and the Sleeping Buddha / Elephant Rock

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Nina's Jewellery Kununurra

Founded in 1966 as Djaaru Gems, Nina's were Kununurra's first jewellery retailer. Now, for more than 50 years, Nina’s Jewellery has been designing and handcrafting exquisite jewellery with a uniquely Western Australian character. Specialising in rare natural coloured diamonds, Nina’s master jewellers and GIA certified Diamond and Design Specialists combine pink, blue, yellow, orange, champagne, cognac and brilliant white diamonds with Kalgoorlie and Kimberley gold, to create a stunning colle...

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Cockburn Ranges

Incredible sandstone escarpment most well know for the Pentecost River Crossing photographs.

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