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Kununurra is the eastern gateway to the Kimberley. With a population of 6,000, it's a modern, planned town developed in the 1960s for the nearby Lake Argyle and Ord River irrigation scheme. It's a convenient base from which to explore local attractions such as Mirima National Park (a mini–Bungle Bungle on the edge of town), Lake Argyle, and the River Ord. The town is also one starting point for
adventure tours of the Kimberley; the other option is to start from Broome.
Broome is the holiday capital of the Kimberley. It's the only town in the region with sandy beaches, and is the base from which most strike...