Destination Guide: Halls Creek

Halls Creek

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HALLS CREEK


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The gateway to a range of natural marvels, Halls Creek will give you a taste of the real Australian Outback.

Places to visit in Halls Creek

In the heart of the Kimberley, hundreds of kilometres from the nearest town, Halls Creek has something for everyone, from natural wonders to cultural attractions.

How to get to Halls Creek

In Halls Creek, buses arrive at and depart from Poincianna Roadhouse, 172 Great Northern Hwy, Halls Creek WA.

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How to get around Halls Creek

Your Greyhound bus to Halls Creek will drop you at the Poinciana Roadhouse.

Halls Creek has no public transport system, and many of the area’s most notable attractions (including Wolfe Creek Crater National Park, Lake Gregory and Yarlilyil Arts Centre) lie on the Tanami Road, which is best accessed by 4WD. Once you arrive in town, however, you can visit the Halls Creek Visitor Information Centre (2 Hall Street) to arrange tours to these attractions.

The Visitors Centre can also provide you with a Heritage Town Walk brochure to help you explore the town and its history on a self-guided walk. The tour, which takes around 40 minutes to complete, will take you to various wooden totems at important historic sites around town that explain aspects of Halls Creek’s past and culture.

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