Wyndham is WA’s most northern town and is surrounded by spectacular Kimberley scenery. The town was established in 1886 as a result of the Halls Creek gold rush and is situated 105 kilometres northwest of Kununurra on the Cambridge Gulf. Today Wyndham has a population of just 900 people and operates as a working port, servicing the live cattle export, mining and tourism industries.
Health Services in Wyndham include
Wyndham Hospital and Community Health.
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