Explore the remote, rugged landscape of Western Australia’s East Kimberley region.
Enjoy the friendly hospitality of the Wuggubun Aboriginal Community.
Stay in the campground and experience the local way of life.
Wuggubun Aboriginal Community is located approximately 45 km south-west of the town of Kununurra, in the East Kimberley region of Western Australia. The area is accessed from the Great
Northern Highway, around 4 km south of the Great Northern Highway/Victoria Highway junction.
Situated in spectacular, ‘undiscovered’ terrain surrounded by rugged mountain ranges, you will fall in love with the area’s raw beauty. There are several walking tracks to explore, and panoramic
views from the lookout.
Home to around 20 residents, the Community runs a campground with basic visitor facilities, and warmly welcomes tourists to visit and share in their Aboriginal way of life.
Wuggubun Aboriginal Community invites you to stay at their campground and holiday in the peace and quiet of the natural environment.
The campground operates primarily between April and October each year.
There are currently 10 camp sites available for holiday-makers, which are located near the entrance of the Community. These sites have been enjoyed by tourists for several years. Facilities include an open-air Community hall, ablutions block and visitor shelter.
Wuggubun Aboriginal Community is planning on expanding the number of camp sites, as well as upgrading visitor amenities and offering a number of cultural experiences.
Wuggubun Community aims to make each visitor’s stay as enjoyable and memorable as possible.
Currently under development, visitors will soon have the opportunity to experience a range of fun tours and guided activities that give an insight into Aboriginal life.
These will be offered on a seasonal basis and may include:
Walk the short bush track to the freshwater gorge at the southern end of the Community.
Swim and relax in the small, freshwater pools. Be amazed by the views from the lookout.
Cook the spoils of the hunt, or rustle up some damper to enjoy with a pot of billy tea and a yarn around the fire pit.
Hunt for wallaby, wild turkey or goanna.
Forage for bush berries and local ‘bush tucker.
Fish along the river bank with a rod and line for Bream and Barramundi.
Discover ancient rock art- a significant, ‘untouched’ art site is located within easy reach of the Community.
Have fun around the campfire with traditional dancing, Dreamtime story-telling or a sing-a-long with the guitar.
Wuggubun Tourism is an Aboriginal Community-driven project that aims to increase tourists to the region and enhance their stay by offering a range of genuine, Indigenous experiences.
For more information or for bookings, contact:
Aimee Trust on 0488 563 181 or (08) 9161 4040.
Ian 08 9169 1113.