Take the scenic route on a 4WD adventure from Kununurra to Wyndham in the Kimberley Region in WA.  Swim in year round springs, glimpse some of the 160 species of birds in the region and witness the meeting of five rivers before they flow into the ocean. 

The Kimberleys are renowned for being a sanctuary to a plethora of bird species, boasting boab trees with trunks so fat they look like they’ll burst and flaunting glorious swimming holes that quite often you’ll have to yourself.  If you are sick of endless highway kilometres and ready to hit the dirt with your four-wheel-drive, heading up the Parry’s Creek track on your way to Wyndham is a perfect day out from your Kununurra base. 

Before you leave Kununurra, grab your free Kimberley Glove Box Guide from the Kununurra Visitor Centre which includes the map of the Parry’s Creek Road.  Pack your bathers and a picnic lunch and head west onto the Victoria Highway from Kununurra towards Wyndham. There are several take-away venu...

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