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Hotel Kununurra is a 3.5-star hotel conveniently located only 2.5 mi from Kununurra Airport. This hotel offers a free 1 hour of Wi-Fi card and free airport transfers are available on request. I had a late check in but was well looked after and made to feel very welcome.
Located 3.1 miles from Diversion Dam, Kimberleyland Waterfront Holiday Park offers an outdoor swimming pool, a garden and air-conditioned accommodations with a balcony and free WiFi. The cleanliness of the rooms, great water outlook and overall quality of location.
Located 3 miles from Diversion Dam, Lakeview Apartments offers an outdoor swimming pool, a garden and air-conditioned accommodations with a balcony and free WiFi. Excellent location with lovely views across Lake Kununurra, good quality accommodation, friendly staff, easy walk to town.
The perfect location as a base for exploring the Kimberly region, The Station at El Questro is home to the Swinging Arm Bar and offers a Saturday night BBQ under the stars. Fantastic spot our favourite to date on our Darwin to Broome Kimberly’s adventure. We stayed in the “rooms with garden view” they were lovely and close to all the amenities. We did the full day three gorge tour including lunch at the steak house and river cruise down the chamberlain gorge, highly recommend and excellent value for money. Staff were awesome and hard workers can’t wait to come back here!
Located in Kununurra and with Diversion Dam reachable within 3.8 miles, Kimberley Croc Motel provides a ticket service, non-smoking rooms, an outdoor swimming pool, free WiFi and a garden. Staff were very helpful. Great location - right in the centre if yiwn.
Set opposite Lake Kununurra and boasting an outdoor pool and villas with patios, Discovery Parks – Lake Kununurra is a 2-minute walk from Ord River. Free parking is available. I liked the size of the cabin and he rate was good. The fact that you had tours come to the property to pick up and drop off was also good. You could cater for yourself well and the laundry was easy to use and clean.
Occupying a prime waterfront position, Kununurra Resort is located on 3 acres of grassy lawns offering access to a private wharf. Guests enjoy a bistro, a bar and a saltwater swimming pool. Comfortable bed, cold airconditioning, friendly helpful staff, far enough out of town that it feels safer from Kununurra thieving children.
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Kununurra this weekend is $204 or, for a 4-star hotel, $328. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Kununurra for this weekend cost around $193 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $102 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Kununurra for tonight. You'll pay around $150 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Kununurra will cost around $96, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in Kununurra cost $95 per night, and 4-star hotels in Kununurra are $112 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Kununurra can be found for $89 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
There is not much to do in the town itself but it is a great base for tours. We were only there for 2 nights and would haveliked longer. We filled in a morning looking at some of the excellent art galleries and strolling near the Lily (?) town lake and CelebritybPark. We had a 1 day tour with Kingfisher Tours that included a 2 hour light plane flight over the Bungle Bungles and a 4wheel drive and walking tour through the Bungles and Cathedral. Would thoroughly recommend. It seemed expensive but when we finished the trip my husband and I both agreed that it was excellent value for money. The Argyle Diamond Mine has started doing tours. We would have liked time to do that and also the day trip to Lake Argyle...a good excuse to return!
Kununurra has a lot to offer anyone who is fortunate to visit - it is where the mighty Ord River has been harnessed for irrigation but its irrigation canals tree lined streets are at odds with the rugged beauty of surrounding country. There is abundant wildlife in this land of dramatic seasonal change, . The Kimberley is a powerful place and Aboriginal culture is strong in the region. Waringarri Arts is a Mirrawong art centre right in town and there several other Art centres further to the West including Warmun Art Centre, Turkey Creek and Yarliyil Arts in Halls Creek. Kununurra is the gateway to several great road trips including the Gibb River Road to Derby or the Mitchell Plateaux. Wilderness is not far away but watching sunset while having a meal at the Pump House on Lake Argyle is also a truly memorable experience.
Kununarra is a pleasant, friendly, picturesque and peaceful location. The surrounding waterways and national parks are pristine, stunning and tourist friendly. The town itself has everything a traveller might need and prices are reasonable. The town has a nice ambience and being able to swim, water-ski, fish and just enjoy the water without fear of being lunch for a crocodile makes the town a welcome oasis. Parking, shopping, eateries and natural beauty are all easy to find and navigate. There is enough history and pioneering spirit to make the town very interesting. I can highly recommend the sunset bbq cruise with Kununarra cruises...simply stunning cruise, beautiful dinner with drinks and great value for money. You must also visit the Ord river Dam...and stay a night or two at the world class resort park. 'The Hoochery' Rum distillery for lunch and rum tasting is a fabulous 'must do' and don't forget to stock up on wonderful Sandlewood products. I can't wait to get back there again...Kununarra will definitely leave a good impression and wonderful experiences.
Visitors information centre were very helpful. Close to Wyndham which was nice to visit. We visited the Sandalwood factory, Hoochery - home made rum - $5 for tasting paddle. Ord Metal art was good to visit. Scott was very friendly, informative and items were affordable. Across the road was a zebra rock showroom. We visited the Country Club for lunch which as very nice and the Kununurra Hotel for dinner. The meals were good and reasonably priced and the service was good. The Pumphouse was an interesting place for dinner.
Kununarra has many beautiful landscapes to explore. The shopping is adequate for a remote location. The big draw card is the fabulous lakes and natural beauty surrounding the town. The sunset bbq cruise by Kununarra Lake Cruise Co is highly recommended!! The town has a safe and traveler friendly ambience.
Not everything was open over the Easter weekend. The hoochery and sandalwood factory are lovely places to eat and pick up some local purchases. The Pumphouse is amazing for a sunset drink and dinner. We went on pizza and tapas night and was fab. Went for brekky as well. Food always good
8.7 Excellent 275 reviews
The chalets are big, with a bedroom, big bathroom and a living room annex kitchen. Everything was clean. The laundry and BBQ facilities where good, and the pool had some nice shade sails over them. It is a 5 minute drive to the center of Kununurra, and some more minutes to the very nice small national park.
9.3 Awesome 85 reviews
The Staff were great. The room was excellent with plenty of storage space to unpack. The dining area was very pleasant. The kitchen was large and exceptionally well equipped. There was an excellent range of food for continental style breakfast. It is only a few minutes walk into the centre of Kununurra.
9.3 Awesome 170 reviews
This is an oasis in the desert. Although Kununurra is very remote, these apartments would fit well in Noosa or Port Douglas. Well appointed kitchen, across the road from a beautiful scenic park. Lovely decor and landscaping. Friendly staff. Couldn't ask for anything more.
8.5 Very Good 143 reviews
great breakfasts good food in sports bar staff could not do enough for us. easy tour pickups. All in all fabulous place to see Kununurra, Lake Argyle and area. Flight over the bungles a must.
8.4 Very Good 47 reviews
Staff very helpful no matter what time of the night! Property is clean. I felt safe though Kununurra has a bad reputation for kids breaking in and stealing and trashing stuff.
9.2 Awesome 84 reviews
We stayed 4 days in a cabin. It was very clean and the staff was very friendly and helpful. There is a lot to do around Kununurra. Lots of birds and wildlife at the lake.
8.0 Very Good 110 reviews
Comfortable bed, cold airconditioning, friendly helpful staff, far enough out of town that it feels safer from Kununurra thieving children.
9.4 Awesome 29 reviews
Excellent location with lovely views across Lake Kununurra, good quality accommodation, friendly staff, easy walk to town.
8.1 Very Good 153 reviews
Very clean great air con and fan... comfortable bed overall fantastic...would definately recommend this hotel to others
8.4 Very Good 195 reviews
Clean, well-located hotel with friendly staff and a free breakfast.
8.2 Very Good 142 reviews
Just a good convenient place. Shops over road and also hotel
8.2 Very Good 84 reviews
A few minutes' stroll into town the resort has nicely landscaped grounds and good-sized pool area. The restaurant is also one of the best we encountered.
8.9 Excellent 18 reviews
Amazing location, gorges are beautiful, remote and tranquil. Our tent was lovely if a little noisy.