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Kunurra Rodeo and campdraft

High level competitors attempt to ride bucking bulls and horses in front of local crowds. Organised by the Kununurra Bushmen’s Rodeo Association during the dry season.

Ord Valley Muster

The most exceptional event in the Kimberley. Along with activities and concerts, the Muster includes the outstanding Durack Homestead Dinner, prepared by a celebrity chef. The highlight is the Airnorth Kimberely Moon Experience, a concert featuring iconic Australian artists, with the Ord River as the stunning backdrop. May.

Kununurra agricultural show

See how the outback works and enjoy variety of entertainment, food stalls, displays and sideshows. Jul.

Lake Argyle adventure race

Featuring a 3km swim, 29km paddle, 40km mountain-bike ride and 10km run, this event can be performed solo or in teams of two to four. Aug.

Wyndham races

Grab your frocks, suits and fascinators. The races include a family day followed by the Wyndham Cup, a great excuse for a day of banter and betting. Aug.

Broke or Barra fishing competition

Flex your fishing muscles and sign up to compete in one of the Kimberley’s most celebrated barramundi fishing tournaments. Sep.

The Gibb challenge

This team relay takes place over 700km of breathtaking Kimberley landscape from Derby to the renowned El Questro Wilderness Park. Oct.

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