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All reviewsclose to townrock formationshidden valleyboard walkbungle bunglesindigenous plantsinformative signageoutskirts of townsmall tastelocal floramorning walkinformation boardsentrance feepicnic facilitiesbring plenty of watercome aliveeasy walk
Mirima is an interesting small park but does not match the higher profile parks in the Kimberley region. However, if you are staying in Kununurra, it is worthwhile to do some of the short walks. The paths are well marked and steps and rails have...More
I noticed the local people really take advantage of this part in the evening for a lovely walk. We visited in the morning and in the evening and walked several trails. Although some trails are being upgraded, those that are available are exceptional. If you...More
We were looking forward to one of the hikes in the park, and after paying our entrance fee, proceeded to the trail head. The trail was blocked due to work; we suspect trail maintenance, but the sign didn't say. It would have been nice if...More
Quite a surprise to see how similar it is the Bungle Bungles except in miniature hence the name Mini Bungles. Only a few km from town centre & there they are. There's a board walk & nice climb to the top lookout if you're a...More
So close to town yet surrounded by such astonishing nature. The walks are super easy, only one of them has a few steps. The place is also very well maintained with a floored trail and information about the trees and plants along the trail.
While visiting the area we decided to head out to the lookout. We did enjoy the national park but wish we had known the lookout was going to be a fair bit further walk but we did love the short walk we did.
Just on the edge of the townsite is the Mirima National Park. It is $13 entry per car for the day (cheaper for concession). There are three main walk tracks with varied levels of difficulty. The water had dried up by the time we got...More
Imagine living 5 min from a national park and being able to visit every day. I do, and every visit continues to be a joy.
There is a fee but few pay it, just continue past it to the parking area.
Boardwalks make the experience...More