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Dimond Gorge and the Fitzroy River, off the Gibb River Road
Location

Fitzroy River

Attraction Fitzroy Crossing

Contact:
(+61) 08 9191 1426
Address:
Fitzroy River, Fitzroy Crossing WA 6765
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The mighty Fitzroy River is one of the Kimberley region's most important & iconic waterways. The 'Fitzroy' has carved out ancient gorges for a distance of 750 Kilometres. It flows through rugged hills & plains within Geikie Gorge National Park & discharges into the King Sound in Derby.

Lake Kununurra and the 'Sleeping Buddha'
Location

Celebrity Tree Park

Attraction Kununurra

Contact:
(+61) 08 9168 1177
Address:
via Old Darwin Road, Kununurra WA 6743
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You can see the celebrities who have visited the East Kimberley hub of Kununurra at Celebrity Tree Park. Since the park opened in the late 1980's, a number of celebrities have visited to see the town & the Ord Irrigation Scheme.

Murlgu billabong near Wyndham
Location

Marglu Billabong

Attraction Wyndham

Contact:
(+61) 08 9168 1177
Address:
Parry Creek, Kununurra Road, Wyndham WA 6740
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Bird watchers will delight in the abundance of wild bird species to be found at the Marglu Billabong in the Parry Lagoons Nature Reserve near Wyndham. Visit at dusk or dawn to appreciate the myriad of activity & enjoy the cacophony of wetland bird song.

Windjana Gorge National Park, off the Gibb River Road
Location

Napier Range

Attraction Fitzroy Crossing

Contact:
(+61) 08 9191 1426
Address:
Gibb River Road, Fitzroy Crossing WA 6765
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The Napier Range is home to the iconic Windjana Gorge, Geikie Gorge & Tunnel Creek. These three Kimberley sites will amaze you with their amazing scenery & history, prehistoric landscapes & abundant wildlife. Trek through the middle of Windjana Gorge, wade through Tunnel Creek & paddle along the waters of Geike Gorge.

Aboriginal rock art
Location

Moochalabra Dam

Attraction Kununurra

Contact:
(+61) 08 9168 1177
Address:
via Great Northern Highway, Wyndham WA 6740
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Moochalabra Dam, situated near Wyndham, is a lovely spot for a picnic under the huge Boab tree. It is a great base from which to explore the nearby Aboriginal cave paintings or to watch the local wildlife. Moochalabra Creek crossing appears just before the dam turn-off.

Couple at Kellys Knob Lookout, overlooking the Kununurra townsite
Location

Kelly's Knob Lookout

Attraction Kununurra

Contact:
(+610 08 9168 1177
Address:
Off Kelly Road, Kununurra WA 6743
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Panoramic views from Kelly's Knob Lookout stretch across the township & irrigation area to some of the best known attractions in Kununurra including the Diversion Dam, Lake Kununurra & the Sleeping Buddha.

The Russian Jack memorial in Halls Creek
Location

Russian Jack Memorial

Attraction Halls Creek

Contact:
(+61) 08 9168 6262
Address:
Corner of Great Northern Highway & Roberta Street, Halls Creek WA 6770
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The Russian Jack Memorial is a popular tourist attraction in Halls Creek, which captivates visitors with a story of camaraderie & selfless bravery. Photograph the charming statue depicting a man carrying his friend in a wheelbarrow, which stands outside the town's shire office.

Bell Gorge, King Leopold Range Conservation Park
Location

Bell Gorge

Attraction Derby

Contact:
(+61) 08 9191 1426
Address:
via Gibb River Road, Derby WA 6728
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Beautiful Bell Gorge, with its stunning waterfall, bush walking & bird watching, lies within the Kimberley's rugged King Leopold Range Conservation Park. During the wet season, great volumes of water cascade down the waterfall making it the perfect place for a refreshing swim.

Alligator Hole, located near Wyndham
Location

Alligator Hole

Attraction Wyndham

Contact:
(+61) 08 9168 1177
Address:
via Parry Creek Kununurra Road, Wyndham WA 6740
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Alligator Hole is an Estuarine Crocodile habitat where you can see the mighty 'Salty' at home in the wild. Witness these fascinating prehistoric creatures basking in the sun along the sand banks or lazing in the cool waters with their head just visible on the water's surface. No swimming!!

King Cascade waterfall, on the Prince Regent River
Location

Prince Regent Nature Reserve

Attraction Derby

Contact:
(+61) 08 9191 1426
Address:
Via Derby WA 6728
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Set amidst rugged sandstone & volcanic country, deep in the Kimberley outback, Prince Regent Nature Reserve is one of Western Australia's most remote & pristine areas. The only way to access its 635,000 hectares of untouched wilderness is by air or boat.

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