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*[[Purnululu National Park]] (Bungle Bungle Range) a striking jumble of striped sandstone domes that truly deserves to be described as a ''must see''. Although scenic flights from Kununurra are popular, Purnululu is really best appreciated from ground level.
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*[[Purnululu National Park]] (Bungle Bungle Range) — a striking jumble of striped sandstone domes that truly deserves to be described as a ''must see''. Although scenic flights from Kununurra are popular, Purnululu is really best appreciated from ground level.
  
*[[Darwin]] Route 1 continues eastwards from Kununurra into the [[Northern Territory]], passing through Gregory National Park and [[Katherine]] before reaching Darwin after about 800km.
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*[[Darwin]] — Route 1 continues eastwards from Kununurra into the [[Northern Territory]], passing through Gregory National Park and [[Katherine]] before reaching Darwin after about 800km.
  
*[[Warmun]] (Turkey Creek) an Aboriginal community around 200km south of Kununurra. Besides being an entry point to the Purnululu National Park, it also has a long standing arts scene that's produced a number of internationally recognised Aboriginal Artists. A roadhouse, caravan park and basic hotel accommodation are enough to rest and refuel.
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*[[Warmun]] (Turkey Creek) — an Aboriginal community around 200km south of Kununurra. Besides being an entry point to the Purnululu National Park, it also has a long standing arts scene that's produced a number of internationally recognised Aboriginal Artists. A roadhouse, caravan park and basic hotel accommodation are enough to rest and refuel.
  
*[[Wyndham]] the oldest and most northerly town in the Kimberley. Wyndham is about 100km from Kununurra and sits in the Cambridge Gulf at the confluence of five rivers. Among the desolate natural scenery are a number of interesting relics from the towns boom and bust history.
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*[[Wyndham]] — the oldest and most northerly town in the Kimberley. Wyndham is about 100km from Kununurra and sits in the Cambridge Gulf at the confluence of 5 rivers. Among the desolate natural scenery are a number of interesting relics from the towns boom and bust history.
  
 
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