Open between 6am & 8pm, the Warmun Roadhouse offers visitors fuel, sit down & takeaway meals, a general store, postal facilities, powered caravan sites and self contained, motel style accommodation with a pool.

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Warmun Roadhouse

Warmun (Turkey Creek) is the gateway to the ‘Purnululu National Park’ and the magnificent ‘Bungle Bungles’; it is on the Great Northern Highway providing a friendly rest-stop between Kununurra and Halls Creek or a comfortable base from which you can tour the East Kimberley.

Not only can you experience magical sunrises and sunsets in the Kimberley Region but also a smorgasbord choice of tourist destinations. Aboriginals have twelve seasons dictated by what bush food is available; most of the travelling public only recognise two seasons in the top end – the Wet Season (Nov-April) and the Dry Season. As the road system leading to our most popular Kimberley tourist locations are often closed for long periods of time during the wet season due to flooding, it is accepted that May through to November is the Tourist Season.

Open between 7am & 7pm, the Warmun Roadhouse offers visitors fuel, sit down & takeaway meals, a general store, postal facilities, powered caravan sites and self contained, motel style accommodation with a pool. Our Management Team and Staff welcome you to the site and hope that your visit is enjoyable.

Located across from the roadhouse is the Warmun Community, one of the East Kimberley Regions’ largest Indigenous communities with a population exceeding 400. The local Gidja population has a strong cultural bond to the area and their commitment to language and culture are maintained through the Daiwul Gidja Culture Centre, the adult spirituality centre (Mirrilingki) and the Warmun Arts Centre.