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Changes to maps needed to reflect changes here to Eat and Buy places. Change to travel estimate from Darwin.
====From Darwin====
* <listing name="Airnorth" alt="QantasLink" directions="" address="" phone="+61 8 89204001" email="[email protected]" fax="" url="" hours="" price="$138-306">One daily flight leaving at 10:40AM (Sa 7:45AM) NT time and arriving at 10:10AM WA time. The flight takes about 90 60 minutes if you work out the maths for the interstate time difference.</listing>
====From Perth====
* <see name="Mirima National Park" alt="Hidden Valley" address="Barringtonia Avenue" directions="a 10 minute walk from town " phone="" url="" hours="" price="$10 per car" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">Though the park itself is huge, a small area close to town has been developed with walkways, information boards and a viewing platform. Often described as the mini Bungle-Bungles by marketing types in tourist brochures, it offers more diversity than just striped domes. It’s worth visiting at sunrise or sunset when the orange colour of the rock is at its most intense. An entry fee is payable into an often out of order ticket machine, but can be avoided by either walking in from town or parking out front (next to the cemetery) and walking the 500m into the park.</see>
* <see name="Sleeping Buddha/Elephant Rock" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">Named ''Carlton Ridge'' on maps, but fancifully called the Sleeping Buddha by locals, this meandering outcrop is said to resemble a slumbering Buddha or an elephant depending on your viewpoint. Kelly's Knob lookout or Celebrity Tree Park are ideal spots for a good view of the Buddha, and the elephant with its trunk dipped into the water is best seen from Packsaddle Rd or a boat on the river. An excellent view is had from the jetty at Zebra Rock Gallery on Packsaddle Rd.</see>
===Surrounding areas===
* <buy name="Kimberley Fine Diamonds" alt="" address="93 Konkerberry Dr" directions="" phone="+61 8 9169 1133" email="[email protected]" fax="" url="" hours="" price="">If you have a bit of style and a pile of cash, a piece of hand crafted jewellery featuring rare Argyle Pink Diamonds could make a unique souvenir.</buy>
* <buy name="Zebra Rock Gallery" alt="" address="410 Packsaddle Rd" directions="" phone="+61 08 91681114" email="[email protected]" fax="" url="" hours="8AM-5PM daily" price="">Lithophiles can find polished stone sculptures and jewellery in a myriad of shapes cut from a banded siltstone hyperbolically dubbed Zebra Rock by locals. The rock was discovered in 1927 and is claimed to be unique to the Kimberley. Some of the bowls, vases and geometric paper weights might look more interesting than the type of things you get at Ikea. The Gallery also stocks a good range of Kimberley books and guides about the Kimberley. At the workshop you can watch the sculptors at work and buy bags of assorted rock pieces to make your own creations. Make sure to buy a mango smoothie, talk to the birds and feed the fish at the jetty on the Ord.</buy>
* <eat name="The Durack Room Steakhouse/Sails Bar &amp; Bistro" alt="" address="50 Casuarina Way" directions="" phone="+61 8 9169 1092" url="" hours="5PM-11PM daily" price="Mains $22-35" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">These two restaurants operate at different times of the year from the same property. Carnivores will feel right at home at the steakhouse with an animal heavy menu and a decor that feels like you're in someone's lounge room. Sails has a large outdoor dining area and offers pretty standard breakfast, lunch and dinner fare. Steakhouse open Mar-Dec, Sails open May-Sep.</eat>
* <eat name="Zebra Rock Bar & Restaurant" alt="" address="37 Messmate Way" directions="Located inside the Kununurra Hotel" phone="+61 8 9168 0400" email="" fax="" url="" hours="M-Sa 10AM-midnight, Su noon-10PM" price="Mains $18-32">Keeping an Aussie theme right through to the menu, they serve up simple pasta, steak and seafood dishes, plus some genuine vegetarian options. Breakfast buffet and limited lunch dining are available on weekdays, but for a truly Australian feed, get to the $20 BBQ on Sundays.</eat> * <eat name="Zebra Rock Gallery Cafe" alt="" address="410 Packsaddle Rd" directions="" phone="+61 08 91681114" email="[email protected]" fax="" url="" hours="8AM-5PM daily" price="">Light meals. Fresh produce. Specialties of the house include (in season) Corned beef sandwiches, mango smoothies, mango fruit cake and mango cheese cake. Gluten-free morcels available. Garden setting by the river. Children's playground. Chill out under the mango trees by the river while you feed the fish at the jetty on the Ord.</eat>  * <eat name="New additions" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price="">Choppys Chinese Restaurant on Konkerberry Dve provides excellent food and a half-price lunch menu. Kimberley Cafe is a new and is located at 4 Papuana St between Konkerberry and Coolabah where the Boab Bookshop used to be. Valentines Pizza is close by. The Mango Tree (next to Choppys) on Konkerberry Dve. and a restaurant, that has been there for ever and a day, next to the butchers close to the NAB bank.There is also a cheap eat restaurant associated with IGA. Ivanhoe Cafe is a good moderate eat, located on Ivanhoe Rd at the top of the Town Centre Map near the “r” of “Crossing”</eat>
* <drink name="Boab Bookshop Kimberley Cafe" alt="" address="4 Papuana St" directions="" phone="+61 8 9169 2574" url="" hours="M-F 7:30AM-5PM, Sa 7:30AM-2PM" price="" lat="" long="" email="" fax="">This is about as sophisticated as it gets here, with fresh coffee, tea, cakes and a limited menu of light meals. The coffee is nothing special, but great so if you need something with more kick than the free instant coffee in your hotel, this place might be your best option.</drink> * <drink name="Zebra Rock Gallery Cafe" alt="" address="410 Packsaddle Rd" directions="Packsaddle is the first road on the left over the Diversion Dam. Travel 10 min (9km) to see the b&w Zebra sign" phone="+61 8 9168 1114" url="[]" hours="M-F Sa Su 8:00AM-5PM" price="" lat="" long="" email="[email protected]" fax="="+61 8 9168 1114">A garden setting to enjoy fresh LavAzza coffee, Devonshire Tea, cakes (mango fruit cake, mango cheese cake) and a limited menu of light meals. While there, chill out under the mango trees or by the river with a delicious mango smoothie.</drink>
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