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  • proper n. A town in far northern Western Australia.

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Examples

  • This morning it was only a 20 minute flight to Kununurra, which is the centre of the Ord River irrigation area.

    North West Resources Tour

  • The actual filming of these scenes took place on newly built sets in the small town of Kununurra, which is near the northern coast in the Kimberly district and about

    Australia Travel Guide

  • Head North, I see Kununurra in WA being a great spot for expansion.

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  • About an hour and a half's flight from Kununurra: up pretty high so not great views until we got close to Kakadu, which has marvellous escarpments etc.

    North West Resources Tour

  • Situated 450 kilometers (km) directly south south-west of Darwin and approximately 300 km by road, south of the town of Kununurra, the nominated site is bounded by the Ord River to the south and east.

    Purnululu National Park, Australia

  • Lakes Argyle and Kununurra are man-made lakes in the southeast Kimberley, formed by the damming of the Ord River.

    Kimberly tropical savanna

  • An examination of the growth of winged beans during the wet season at Kununurra.

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  • Researcher Matthew Barrett, of Perth's Kings Park and Botanic Garden, discovered the new native near Kununurra last week and has dubbed it nano-arum because of its small size.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • The Ultramarathon, which is part of the Racing the Planet Series, was being staged over 100km of outback between Kununurra, the Gibb River Road and El Questro Wilderness Park, from September 2 to 4.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • "They don't express their feelings," said Raj Koppula, the Catholic priest in the Kimberley town of Kununurra.

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