What to do in Kununurra

Bungle Bungle flight

The Bungle Bungle Range in Purnululu National Park should be on everyone’s list when visiting the East Kimberley, and arguably the best way to experience it is by air. In a once of a lifetime trip, there are a number of options to awe at the dramatic landscape and striking colours of the World Heritage listed site.

There are five scenic flight operators offering slightly different tours from both Kununurra (300kms North of Purnululu) or within the park. Three of these are fixed wing, offering a comfortable and affordable experience, the other two are by helicopter and gives the customer a close look at the ‘beehive’ like structure beneath.

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Lake Argyle

Located just 70km South of Kununurra, Lake Argyle is the magnificent result of some of the greatest piece of engineering ever witnessed in Australia. The result is a massive expanse of fresh water, the largest in Australia and equivalent to 19 Sydney harbours on average.

It is home to an estimated 30 000 freshwater crocodiles, 26 species of native fish and a third of Australia’s bird species, this means Lake Argyle is designated as a RAMSAR wetland of International Significance.

You can take to the lake and enjoy one of our very popular lunch or sunset cruises or simply hire a canoe or paddle board and have a look around in your leisure!

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