The 10 Hidden Gems in Kununurra

As our tagline suggests we are a Kununurra Hidden Gem so here are our top 10 hidden gems that you may not have heard of.

Birdland Functional Art

Is tucked away in the light industrial area at the base of Mirima National park, showcasing functional artwork, jewellery, and pottery.  Take away a unique memento from Kununurra to remember your trip in the East Kimberley, Birdland Functional Art

Totally Scentual

Locally produced natural body products made from organic ingredients and therapeutic oils – indulge and leave smelling like the Kimberley. Totally Scentual

Kununurra Museum

Stop in at Kununurra Museum and learn about the history and the rich culture of Kununurra.  We still learn something new each time we go there! Kununurra Museum

Ord Metal Art

Displays a large range of Kimberley inspired metal art, visit the gallery and choose or order your own piece of the East Kimberley. Ord Metal Art

Kangaroo Haven

Located near Lake Argyle is Kangaroo Haven a sanctuary for Australian wildlife where local animals are rescued, raised, rehabilitated, and released. Take a tour and cuddle a joey. Kangaroo Haven Wildlife Rescue

Dinner@ 7

Dinner @ 7 provides healthy and nutritional meals to discover their delicious meal options. Dinner@7

East Kimberley Camping Hire

Experience an adventure in the east Kimberley outback under the stars with east Kimberley camping hire they have all your needs to make your night a spectacular one. East Kimberley Hire Camping

Go Wild Adventures Tours

“Go Wild” in the Kimberley with caving, abseiling and canoeing, let us book your unique adventure. Go Wild Adventures

Phoenix Plaza

The Phoenix Plaza is a new space to Kununurra offering a range of services within the complex. Watch this space for more updates.

Pat’s Barber offers men’s haircuts, beard trimming, and fades. Look out for the barber pole. Pat’s Barber

Waterfalls and Waterholes

The biggest hidden gems are the waterfalls and waterholes. Waterfalls & Waterholes

We are a little biased but in our opinion, the East Kimberley and Kununurra have the best-kept secrets.