Zebra Rock Gallery
See our range of high quality products with a level of deisgn and finish above anywhere else, amongst an idyllic setting on the mighty Ord river!
Hours: 10am - 3pm
Winner 2012 and 2014 Small Business Award for the East Kimberley, Zebra Rock Gallery and Coffee Shop provides a welcome oasis and resting place while you travel around the rugged landscape of the Kimberley. Featuring items sculptured from Zebra Rock and other local siltstones unique to the East Kimberley and jewellery made in-house as well as jewellery designed by Dahlia Design Broome, we provide the best quality and range in the region. At our Coffee Shop we are noted for our mango smoothies, LavAzza coffee and light refreshments. We look forward to welcoming you to our Gallery and Coffee Shop. Zebra Rock Gallery, an icon of the East Kimberley When we opened our doors in 2008, we instantly felt at home. Our goal was to create a welcoming atmosphere for anyone who walked into the Gallery. We want you to have a great shopping experience and leave happy and satisfied. We are delighted to be the one place where you can count on always getting the best service. We are located on the upper Ord just 15 min from the centre of Kununurra. In the Gallery, we have a great variety of items made in our Workshop from which you can choose. Browse and buy and let us know how we can help you . Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals. We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry. Scott Whelan (Manager) and Bruce Livett (Proprietor)
We are located on the mighty Ord river just 15 min from town. Head out along the Victoria Highway in the direction of the airport. Pass over the Diversion Dam and take the first left (Packsaddle Rd). We are 9 km (10 min) along Packsaddle Rd. Look for our Big Zebra on the left, just past the CFA and Jabiru Rd.