Getting Here and Around
Distances in this part of the continent are colossal. Flying is the fastest and easiest way to get to the Kimberley. Both Skywest and Air North have extensive air networks throughout the Top End, linking Kununurra to Broome, Perth, and Darwin.
From Darwin to Kununurra and the eastern extent of the Kimberley it's 827 km (513 mi). The route runs from Darwin to Katherine along the Stuart Highway, and then along the Victoria Highway to Kununurra. The entire road is paved but quite narrow in parts—especially so, it may seem, when a road train (an extremely long truck convoy) is coming the other way. Drive with care. Fuel and supplies can be bought at small settlements along the way, but you should always keep supplies in abundance and expect to pay a pretty penny.
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