During our big trip we found a soft spot for Kununurra - check out some of our happy snaps below. But most importantly read my top 10 moments in this amazing little town, as it appeared on The Big Bus tour and travel guide.
Kununurra in Western Australia’s far northeast is known as the gateway to the iconic Kimberley wilderness – but it has so much to offer travellers in its own right.
Meaning ‘meeting of big waters’ in the local Indigenous language, Kununurra services the massive Ord River Irrigation Scheme – where a torrent of wet season water feeds into massive man-made lakes and down the Ord River. This water sustains a strong agriculture industry and provides some unique attractions and water activities.