Wunan House B&B shone at an exclusive Sundowner event recently as it threw open its doors to showcase its unique accommodation offering to local business, community and government representatives.
The East Kimberley’s only Indigenous owned and operated accommodation, Wunan House B&B has undergone a transformation over the past two years, with the addition of new Indigenous artworks, a stunning door mural, and locally produced Indigenous textiles.
Live music by well-known Indigenous singer songwriter, Peter Brandy, set the scene on a balmy East Kimberley evening as guests toured the rooms and found out more about Wunan House B&B.
According to Wunan Foundation CEO Christian Zahra, the aim of the event was to let local business and community leaders know just what Wunan House B&B has to offer.
“People were clearly surprised at the very high quality of the accommodation and also thrilled to see so much locally produced Indigenous art and textiles featuring in the rooms,” Christian said.
Centrally located within walking distance of Kununurra’s town centre, Wunan House B&B is a fantastic accommodation option for both tourists and people visiting the region for work or study.