Kununurra: The Last Frontier
Untamed and adventurous Kununurra is the gateway to some of Western Australia's remarkable natural attractions. With sizzling red soil, wide open blue skies and rugged bush scenery, this place will enliven your senses.
Kununurra was formed in the early 1960's to service the construction of the Ord Irrigation Scheme. The town has seen the transformation of ancient river plains into one of the most diverse and productive agricultural areas in Australia. Harnessing the mighty Ord River opened up the area to horticulture, aquaculture, eco-tourism and agri-tourism.
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Things to do in Kununurra
Visit Purnululu National Park and Bungle Bungle range, Lake Argyle, Mitchell Plateau, Ord River and Argyle Diamond Mine. Lake Kununurra is a year-round playground for water sports enthusiasts, while Lake Argyle is so vast it's rated as an inland sea. Explore the wetlands packed with bird life by cruise and canoe.
Take note, however, there's a local rumour that once you've tasted the waters of the Ord River, you're destined to return! Watch the sunset at Kelly's Knob Lookout, the highest point in Kununurra. Take a picnic and explore 600 million year old Zebra Rock. In the wet season, a local favourite swimming hole is Black Rock Falls.
For more information on what to do in Kununurra visit the Kununurra Visitor Centre online.
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