In and around Lake Kununurra Holiday & Caravan Park
Covering more than 240,000 hectares of remote wilderness, Purnululu National Park provides a truly spectacular landscape of sculptured rock and sandstone towers. Book a spot on the Bungle Bungle Guided Tours to learn all about the Indigenous heritage of the park, with local Aboriginal guides sharing their culture and traditional customs with visitors.
Explore and discover the stunning scenery of the Ord River and Lake Kununurra. Boat hire is available 7 days a week for a half day or a full day. A boat licence is required.
Standing 335m above sea level, the Five Rivers Lookout offers breathtaking and unparalleled panoramic views of the East Kimberley. The best part? Marvel at the point where the five rivers – Durack River, Kink River, Pentecost River, Forrest River and Ord River – meet.
Celebrity Tree Park was opened in 1984 and displays a variety of tree species that have been planted by famous visitors to our town. Wander around and spot such famous names as John Farnham, Kate Ceberano, HRH Princess Anne, Rolf Harris and more recently Baz Luhrmann.
What better way to see the majesty of the East Kimberley than from the air? HeliSpirit offers heli-hikes and scenic flights over deep canyons, crystal clear waters and sandstone domes over 350-million-years-old. This it truly a once in a lifetime experience.
Spectacular coastal scenery by plane or helicopter offering you the complete Kimberley experience – all this in just one day.
Set against the backdrop of three hectares of sugar cane, Australia’s oldest continuously run legal rum distillery is a must see. Visit The Hoochery’s showroom, styled like as old country saloon, and taste their famous homemade Ord River Rum Cake.
Hop on board Lake Argyle Cruises and explore Australia’s largest freshwater lake. Set against stunning scenery, you’ll be hard-pressed to take your eyes off your surrounds to spot the freshwater crocodiles lurking just beneath the surface.
A great place to catch an East Kimberley sunset and it is walking distance from the CBD (be prepared for the steep hill up to the viewing area if walking!). Scenic views over the town and valley.
Australia’s longest continuous river cruise passes through some truly breathtaking scenery, from the endless expanse of the Carlton Gorge to the natural beauty of Ord River. This is a great way to explore the East Kimberley.
Famous for the Bungle Bungle Range, this national park is one of the most amazing geological landmarks in Western Australia, and a must see.
Sit back, relax and breathe in the warm, creamy wood smell of sandalwood. Tour the showroom to see the soil to oil process of one of the world’s most prized fragrant timbers or treat yourself to the large array of locally made products.