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Kununurra and the East Kimberley – A Gateway to the last Frontier

Kimberleyland is located in Kununurra, in North Western Australia, about 48 km from the Northern Territory border.

This is the Gateway to the Kimberley and an area you will need to allow at least a week to explore.

Kimberleyland is situated only a 20-minute walk from the centre of town which leads to some great places, cafes and restaurants, entertainment, shopping and business.

The East Kimberley Region is an adventure playground with many famous icons:

  • Bungle Bungles                                                                                                                                                                                                         
  • Barramundi Fishing                                                                                                                                                                                             
  • Ord River
  • Lake Argyle
  • Durack Homestead
  • Mitchell Plateau and Falls
  • Ivanhoe Crossing                               
  • Kalumburu
  • Argyle Diamond Mine
  • The famous diamond display at  Kimberley Fine Diamonds                                                                                                                                                            
  • Hidden Valley Mirima National Park
  • ‘Kelly’s Knob’ scenic lookout
  • Ord River Rum Hoochery
  • The Sandlewood Factory
  • Artopia Art Gallery, Home of the 16 x 2 metres “Beyond the Beehives” Panorama Nadeen Lovell Artwork
  • Kununurra Swim Beach, overlooking the Diversion Dam Wall
  • Celebrity Tree Park
  • The Picture Gardens
  • Zebra Rock Gallery
  • Valentine Springs/Middle Springs/Black Rock Pool
  • Waringarri Aboriginal Art
  • Artlandish Gallery
  • Birdland Functional Art
  • Rockalong Stone Work 
  • The Bangle Business
  • Penney’s Prints
  • Drysdale River Station
  • El Questro Station & Emma Gorge Resort 
  • Faraway Bay The Bush Camp
  • Home Valley Station

Dining Out in Kununarra

  • Kununurra Country Club Resort
  • Hotel Kununurra
  • Kununurra Lakeside Resort
  • The Kimberley Grande
  • Wild Mango Cafe
  • Kimberley Cafe
  • Ivanhoe Coffee & Lunchbar (seasonal)
  • Lake Argyle Resort
  • Kimberley Asian Cuisine
  • Pump House Restaurant & Bar
  • Ord River Rum Hoochery Distillery
  • The Sandalwood Cafe

Wyndham & Surrounds

  • Wyndham / The Bastion
  • Diggers Rest Station
  • Five Rivers Cafe
  • Parry Creek Farm
  • Wyndham Town Hotel
  • Free BBQ’s at Five Rivers Lookout
  • Wyndham Port
  • Wyndham Port Heritage Trail
  • Aboriginal Dreamtime Statues
  • Crocodile Statue
  • Pioneer Cemetery
  • Afghan Cemetery
  • Gully Cemetery
  • Cambridge Gulf


All these can be explored by yourself or on a tour, which our friendly staff at the tourdesk can help you organise.
 Effective quarantine is vital to maintaining the area’s reputation as a low pest, low chemical agricultural producer.

Visitors to Kununurra, coming up from the south, may not realize that we don’t have the Mediterranean fruit fly in the Ord River district.  Because of this freedom, Kununurra’s melons and mangoes can be sent around Australia without treatment. Read more about the Quarantine regulations below.

For more information click on the following link. WA Quarantine