Munurru Campground

UUNGUU

MUNURRU (KING EDWARD RIVER) CAMPGROUND, NGAUWUDU (MITCHELL PLATEAU)

WHEN VISITING NGAUWUDU (MITCHELL PLATEAU) AND PUNAMII UUNPUU (MITCHELL FALLS) MAKE YOUR BASECAMP  MUNURRU (KING EDWARD RIVER)

  • Spacious, serene campsites set in true Kimberley bush
  • Managed by Traditional Owners
  • Easy day access to Punamii-Uunpuu (Mitchell Falls) 
  • River swimming 
  • Waterfalls
  • Wanjina & Gwion rock art. Guided tours available with Traditional Owners
  • Campfires (BYO firewood)
  • Bird watching 
  • Bushwalking 
  • Toilets 
Open May 1 – October 15 │ No bookings required 
 
Adults (16+): $15 per night
 
Families: 2 adults and 1 or more children (6-15yrs) – $35 per night 
1 adult and 1 or more children (6-15yrs) – $20 per night 
 
Sorry, no pets
To camp at Munurru you must be the holder of an Uunguu Visitor Pass (UVP). 
 
BYO firewood

 

Book Guided Tours
To book a guided art tour with a Traditional Owner at Munurru, drop into the Munurru Ranger Base. 

See also our Tourism Offerings. 

Lyn E
Lyn EWorth The Drive
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he road into the plateau is as bad as everyone says. The corrugations are epic so you just have to choose your speed and aim to scoot over the top of them. No way would I tow on that road though. Camp ground is adequate and spacious. Facilities as you would expect. But once you are there the walks and views are all worth it. Very very special. Mitchell Falls was awesome but I particularly loved being asked to sit and have lunch behind a waterfall. Ask the ranger for information and the rock art has made my photo album look very special. Excellent.
Somewhere Down Under
Somewhere Down Under
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A surprise packet we stopped at along the way into Mitchell Falls was the Munurru (King Edward River Crossing) Camping area. The Camping area had basic facilities in a shady bush setting near the river. We were camped right near the path to the River. The River was awesome to swim in and even had a pool ladder bolted to the rocks at a clearing for easy access in and out of the Water. Kids pretty much spent all day swimming there.
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