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A Brief History
Flights to Kununurra will land you in far northern Western Australia in the Kimberley Region. The area has an interesting history and booking tickets to Kununurra will let you experience the rich natural and man-made monuments in the town and its surrounds. The town was originally established to service the Ord River Irrigation Scheme, an initiative vital to the agricultural development in the area. Learning about this beautiful area of Australia and experiencing its beauty should be enough of a reason to book cheap flights to Kununurra through Webjet as soon as possible!
Best Things To Do on Weekends with Return Flights to Kununurra
If you’ve booked your cheap flights to Kununurra and want to spend your day indoors experiencing the local heritage and arts, head to Waringarri Aboriginal Arts. This is the first art centre in the Kimberley region that is owned by Indigenous locals, and it supports more than 100 artists, with all proceeds from sales, commissions and cultural tourism going back into community to support arts and cultural projects. A stop here may see you leave with a souvenir to take back on the home leg of your return flights to Kununurra. If you’ve booked your airfare to Kununurra and want to learn about the history of the town, the Kununurra Museum is an interesting place filled with a variety of objects that range in type and age, and a reason that you should book your tickets to Kununurra as soon as possible. If you’ve booked your cheap flights to Kununurra and are up for a day trip, visit the Argyle diamond mine. The mine has produced more 800 million carats of rough diamonds since its founding in 1983. Argyle is the largest diamond producer in the world by volume and has produced more than 90% of the world’s pink and red diamonds.
Top Experiences For Visitors Touching Down on Flights to Kununurra
Flights to Kununurra will land you at East Kimberley Regional Airport (KNX). The area is surrounded by fresh water from the Ord River Diversion dam and the main Ord River Dam, and holds some amazing sites to have a wonderful weekend when you book your tickets to Kununurra. If you’ve booked your return flights to Kununurra with the idea of exploring the nature of this area, you will not be disappointed visiting any of the following sites. Only a 2-kilometre trip from Kununurra, Mirima National Park has steep walls of colourful layered rocks that will brighten up any walk through the 2,067 hectares that this park covers. There are four different trails that range from a 2.2 km return trip to a 4.8 km walk through this area filled with intricate rock formations. If you’ve booked your return flights to Kununurra with the idea in mind of further exploring nature, you can easily take a cruise on Lake Kununurra that will see you navigate the creeks and lagoons as you learn about the area and look out for local wildlife. Cheap flights to Kununurra will take you directly to experience the natural beauty of the Kimberley area, and if you are happy to travel a bit out of Kununurra, the Emma Gorge waterfall is located approximately 100 km away at El Questro Wilderness Park. Kununurra is the nearest town to this beautiful site. Once you are there, you will need to walk for approximately an hour until you reach the oasis. The reward is a 65-metre waterfall nestled within the greenery and and cliffs that span the area. While here you are able to swim in the water and under the waterfall, or you can visit the local thermal spring. If you’ve organised flights to Kununurra to want to experience some of the beauty that can be found in even more isolated and extraordinary places, you should add this to your itinerary.