Situated in the heart of the Kimberley, Halls Creek is the gateway to a range of world renowned natural attractions, including the World Heritage listed Bungle Bungle ranges of Purnululu National Park. It is one of Australia’s iconic outback regions with a unique cultural and heritage environment. Predominantly Aboriginal populations live in a number of remote communities around the district and the town site of Halls Creek.
Covering some 142,908 square kilometres of predominantly desert and pastoral country, Halls Creek has something for everyone, from wide open spaces and magnificent natural attractions, to rich Aboriginal and European history and culture.
Animals as Transport within the Shire
The Shire of Halls Creek would like to make it clear that it does not have any laws that prohibit the use of animals such as horses, camels and others as transport. The shire has not fined, stopped or banned anyone from using their animals as transport.
Any misunderstanding that has arisen amongst some of our community members regarding this matter is regretted.