Archive accession listings are currently only available to view at the KHS Archive and Museum building. A comprehensive index listing and finding aid for the KHS archive has been building up since 2006, but is far from complete. It is hoped that listings will eventually be available online.
If you are researching be sure to Contact KHS
with your enquiry and make certain you see the KHS History Research Links
If you are interested in volunteering please see our Volunteers
The KHS archive and museum building is a purpose built (2001) archive and museum facility, containing the Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley archive room as well as the KHS archive room, museum space, office, kitchen and work area as well as accessible conveniences.
You can view the Digital Archive
- Online Images - Thanks to a grant from the Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley
and other donors see over 2500 photographs
that have been digitised and documented
by dedicated KHS volunteers for
"A Photographic Journey on the Ord."
Because of the constant transient nature of Kununurra's population in
the past 50 years, KHS Archive, Library, Museum & Research facility
is actively seeking
archives from past residents
. If you have archival material in the way of photographs, documents, books or other objects, which you would like to be preserved locally for future generations
in the KHS purpose built archive facility, please Contact KHS
The collection policy of the Kununurra Historical Society Inc. takes in Kununurra and the Ord River Irrigation Area, East Kimberley, NT/WA Border, areas as the main areas of interest and collection and we have general areas of interest in the Victoria River Region of the NT to the WA/NT border and how that links to Kimberley history as well as any Kimberley, NT and WA History in general.