Kununurra to Darwin
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KUNUNURRA TO DARWIN BUS
Take a trip across the Top End from Kununurra to Darwin in a fully-equipped Greyhound bus!
Your journey will begin in Kununurra, once named “the most exciting place in Australia” by then-Prime Minister Robert Menzies in 1963. A lot has happened since then, as the town’s population has swelled from 400 to 7,500 people, and the scenic Ord River and man-made Lake Argyle have led tourism to flourish in the area.
One of the all-time great feats of engineering, the artificial Lake Argyle is several times larger than Sydney Harbour. More than 30,000 freshwater crocodiles call it home, as well as 26 species of native fish and a full third of Australia’s bird species, leading it to be designated as a Ramsar Wetland of International Significance – an area of importance not just for Australians, but for humanity as a whole.
On the bus from Kununurra to Darwin, you’ll pass through Katherine, the oasis of waterholes and lush forests where the outback meets the tropics. This is where you’ll find the world-famous Nitmiluk Gorge (aka Katherine Gorge), a deep gorge carved through ancient sandstone, as well as the epic Jatbula Trail, a five-day trek through waterfalls and monsoon rainforest.
Your trip through a beautiful stretch of the Australian outback will end in Darwin, the capital city of the Northern Territory. Without even leaving the city, you can come face-to-face with crocodiles in the notorious Cage of Death at Crocosaurus Cove, the ultimate urban wildlife experience.
You can also take a stroll through the lush tropical gardens, coastal dunes and mangroves of the George Brown Botanic Gardens, and visit the Museum and Gallery of the Northern Territory for an overview of the area’s Indigenous art and history, before touring the Tiwi Islands to see artists at work on new pieces you can buy directly from them.
Darwin is also the gateway to nearby Litchfield National Park, where you’ll marvel at the amazing Magnetic and Cathedral termite mounds, and learn how such tiny creatures were able to build such magnificent sculptures. Litchfield also boasts pockets of monsoonal rainforest where you can swim in sparkling pools underneath cascading waterfalls – the ultimate Northern Territory experience.
The bus from Kununurra to Darwin has plenty of great features to make your trip as convenient and comfortable as possible, including reclining leather seats, free WiFi connectivity, in-seat USB chargers and panoramic windows!
You can secure your favourite spot on the bus when you book your ticket from Kununurra to Darwin with our seat selection feature, and you can follow your journey’s progress with our real-time coach tracker. You can unlock even more benefits, offers and rewards by joining our Greyhound Rewards program!
A Greyhound bus is the most affordable and luxurious way to travel from Kununurra to Darwin. Book your ticket now!
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Where do buses depart from in Kununurra and Darwin?
In Kununurra, buses to Darwin depart from the Ord River Roadhouse on Messmate Way. In Darwin, buses to Kununurra depart from Darwin Bus Interchange, Bay A, Harry Chan Avenue.
What amenities can I expect on the bus?
All our buses from Kununurra to Darwin come with free WiFi, USB chargers, reclining seats, and a restroom.
How long does it take to get from Kununurra to Darwin?
The bus trip from Kununurra to Darwin takes approximately 12h 15m. For the most up-to-date timetable please visit the Timetables page.
How much is a bus ticket from Kununurra to Darwin?
All our bus fares come in three tiers – Early Bird, Advantage and Premium – with prices varying based on how far in advance you are making a booking. You can find the most up-to-date price for your trip by searching available trips online or by calling our customer service team on 1300 473 946. For more information on different types of available fares visit our Compare Fares page.
Where can I buy a ticket?
The easiest and cheapest way to buy a bus ticket for your Kununurra to Darwin trip is to book directly on our website. Your ticket is then saved in your My Greyhound account where you can manage your booking, and simply show an electronic copy of your ticket on your phone to the bus driver when you board.
You can also book your trips on the phone by contacting our friendly customer service on 1300 473 946, at our ticket outlets/travel agencies, or directly with the bus driver*.
*Please note that all bookings made through our call centre, travel centres and tickets purchased directly from drivers will incur a booking fee of $5.
**For more information see our FAQ page.