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A unique NT bush experience. The only operating Zebra Rock Mine in the world, with a Gallery and gift shop located on-site. Relaxed camping ground in bush setting with campfire. A chance to experience the remote wetlands of Lake Argyle, wildlife and...more
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Duncan Road, Kununurra, Western Australia 6743, Australia
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What a lovely little spot.
There is a lovely display area showing off this amazing stone.
It aslso serveseats with free tea or coffee and there is a lovely shaded sitting area.
There is also a great little caravan park there.
Chanced on this camp only by speaking to a couple who stayed here the previous night. We were not disappointed. This is a working mine of rock I had never heard of before. The camp is grassed and unpowered but generators are allowed between 8-8....More
Nice people. Free coffee and a good rock exhibition.
Access along a dirt road with gates. I understand that there are basic camping facilities on site, however we drove in and out same day. I understand that they also offer fossicking tours which unfortunately I...More
Decided to stay here after a friends recommendation. The camp site was a good sized grass site. We had a lovely peaceful sleep, and were able to transition to N.T time well. But luckily we were self sufficient as showers only stay warm for a...More
This small campsite has really basic showers, just two that never provide warm water even when the sun is shining brightly. We stayed here so that we could take the sunset cruise onto Lake Argyll to see the water birds and animal life, mainly crocodiles....More
We had decided not to take our big rig off the bitumen but also decided we needed to see the Zebra Rock mine and couldn't see anywhere to unhitch. The 10k trip in turned out to be not too bad. The park was a pleasant...More
The positives: friendly staff, fish & chips (even though it was catfish), free talk on history of the place.
The negatives: tours much too expensive, cold showers.
Rather stay at the Keep River NP and do a day trip here to catch the 3pm talk.
Dear Natism B, the place you are looking for is the Zebra Rock Gallery, Packsaddle Rd, Kununurra. We are a new business, open since 2012, Duncan Rd, NT, 1 hr drive from Kununurra. We have a spectacular variety of Zebra Rock... More
Dear Natism B, the place you are looking for is the Zebra Rock Gallery, Packsaddle Rd, Kununurra. We are a new business, open since 2012, Duncan Rd, NT, 1 hr drive from Kununurra. We have a spectacular variety of Zebra Rock, and conduct mine tours, however the only catfish we have is on the menu, as delicious Silver Cobbler! Hope your friends enjoy their time in Kununurra and the amazing geologic enigma, Zebra Rock. Best regards, Ruth Duncan.
Thank-you for your enquiry and perseverance Betty. We are currently experiencing difficultly with our phone. The Zebra Rock Mine is within the NT, around 10 km before the WA border. All sites are unpowered in natural bush... More
Thank-you for your enquiry and perseverance Betty. We are currently experiencing difficultly with our phone. The Zebra Rock Mine is within the NT, around 10 km before the WA border. All sites are unpowered in natural bush setting. We have a section where generators are allowed to operate. Please don't hesitate with any further enquiries, our best contact is email. Best regards, Ruth.