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Winner 2012 & 2014 Small Business Awards. Displaying products made from Zebra Rock and other Kimberley siltstones. Gallery displaying jewellery and items made from these rock is open 9am-4pm, 7 days. The Cafe and Workshop are not open. Phone to make...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
410 Packsaddle Rd | Just 9 km from Victoria Hwy intersection., Kununurra, Western Australia 6743, Australia
We went in the last few weeks of operation. The owner has sold to retire to another state, and the new owners wern't continuing the business. The are a couple of other places in Kununurra, if you want to get your Niue piece of zebra...More
Definitely a place to visit whilst in Kununurra. The gift shop has a lovely selection of zebra rock and other items for sale at a very reasonable price.
Make sure you visit the workshop as it is very, very interesting to watch how the rocks...More
Dont be mistaken this place is only about 10 km out of town easy to get to & is in a stunning grounds on banks of the river: BUT Bruce the owner is selling up & hopes to move on by June 2018
Bruce L, Owner at Zebra Rock Gallery, responded to this reviewResponded 30 April 2018
That's right. Sadly, Zebra Rock Gallery will close from end of June. So please visit us soon to view the Gallery, obtain some rock carvings, jewellery and aboriginal paintings - and feed the fish from the jetty on the magnificent river Ord.
This place is absolutely fantastic. Bruce met me at the door with a welcoming smile and then went over and above to make sure i got exactly what i was looking for. Aside from the wonderful customer service experience Bruce happily explained the zebra rock...More
Bruce L, Owner at Zebra Rock Gallery, responded to this reviewResponded 12 April 2018
Thanks for taking the time to review us - and for your generous comments. It means a lot to know that our visitors appreciated our attention to their needs and enjoyed their visit to the Gallery. Cheers, Bruce.
Definitely worth a visit, Zebra rock is fascinating and beautiful. Lovely items for sale. Friendly and informative staff. The workshop is interesting. Purchased some lovely keepsakes. Lovely walk down to the river, spent a nice afternoon looking around. When in Kununurra again will most certainly...More
A little out of town but worth a visit for the unique local Zebra rock. A good selection of Zebra rock souvenirs from a couple of dollars to expensive. Nice grounds to stroll around and feed the fish. Certainly worth a visit.
Bruce L, Manager at Zebra Rock Gallery, responded to this reviewResponded 24 August 2017
Thanks for your great review and for taking the time to share your experience with others. Much appreciated. Bruce
We spent a fantastic couple of hours at the Zebra Rock Gallery. We browsed the shop and gallery and were amazed at the range of products and their beauty. There was jewellery, ornaments and homewares and just beautifully shaped and polished rocks, all with the...More
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Bruce L, Owner at Zebra Rock Gallery, responded to this reviewResponded 22 August 2017
Thanks for taking the time to let others know what a great time you had visiting us and experiencing the various attractions on offer at Zebra Rock Gallery for the whole family. I will be sure to pass on your compliments to our hard working...More
Response from BruceL1218 | Property representative |
Just the Gallery. The property has recently been sold and the new owners are not continuing with the Cafe or workshop. The present owners have the Gallery OPEN until end of June to sell remaining rock items and jewellery... More
Just the Gallery. The property has recently been sold and the new owners are not continuing with the Cafe or workshop. The present owners have the Gallery OPEN until end of June to sell remaining rock items and jewellery. Come out and browse the Gallery and feed the fish from the jetty on the River Ord.