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In a far flung spot in the enormous region of Kimberley in Western Australia, you will find the small, but ambitious, town of Kununurra. The wild and untamed surrounding areas have many natural attractions. The most popular time to visit is between the months of April and October during the dry season.
Kununurra airport has flights to several places around Australia. These include Broome, Darwin, and Perth. There is no public transport from the airport into town. Buses connect Kununurra to Darwin and Broome. Driving to the town will be a long and arduous journey.
There are no public bus services within the town, and most visitors rent a vehicle. Four Wheel Drives are better for dealing with the terrain in surrounding areas.
Make a trip to the Visitor Centre to help you decide where to visit whilst in Kununurra. You can get free maps, leaflets, and information.
Within the town itself you can vist two dams, the distillery, and lakes. The main reason people visit Kununurra, however, is for the dramatic natural areas close to hand. There are gorges, valleys, rivers, flood plains, waterholes, and wildlife galore that reach hundreds of kilometers into the distance.
Some of the more well known places included Lake Argyle, Mirima National Park, and the highest point of Kelly's Knob. Lake Argyle is excellent for hiking, swimming, fishing, and relaxing. There are numerous small islands, beaches, and bays to explore.
The trees in Celebrity Tree Park have been planted for famous visitors to the area. Ivanhoe Crossing is a great spot for a BBQ, a picnic, or some fishing. Be warned though - the waters are home to crocodiles. You can take a boat ride around Lake Kununurra and try to spot a range of wildlife that inhabit the lake and lakeside areas.
Carlton Ridge is an interesting rocky outcrop that is said to resemble a sleeping Buddha from some some angles, and an elephant from others. Celebrity Tree Park and Kelly's Knob are some of the best places to see the sleeping Buddha, and the elephant is best viewed from the river.
Middle Springs features a small waterfall, small pools of water that are suitable for swimming, and a larger sandy pool. Black Rock Falls is a deep pool at the bottom of a tall waterfall.
The town has an 18 hole golf club.
The Artlandish Aboriginal Art Gallery is a great place to see, and buy, some creative Aboriginal art.
There is a good selection of places to eat, a wide selection of places to drink, and a decent variety of accommodation options.
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