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It’s a difficult drive into Purnululu National Park - 4WD only. But the reward is some outstanding scenery - the unique Bungle Bungles as well as many gorges, all with their own special attraction. There are lots of walks. Echidna Chasm and Mini Palms Gorge...More
Purnululu National Park is not easy to get to, but certainly worth it. We went in our camper trailer- the road into the park is rough but fine as long as go slow. You have to be self sufficient. The park itself is well maintained...More
We spent two nights in the Bungles Bungles and managed to get most of the major walks done.
Firstly the park is divided into two main hiking areas. The Northern walks and the Southern walks.
Arriving around 2pm we managed to get to go on...More
Great park with an exciting 4WD road to it. I would recommend a 2day visit: One full day for the North and one for the South. This also allows you some time to see the sunrise/sunset. The people at the Visitor Centre can tell you...More
I loved the whole Purnululu National Park and especially the Bungle Bungle Range! It's such a beautiful and unique place. Don't get scared by the road there. I am a German city girl in my 20s with very little 4WD experience. I drove here all...More
What a special part of the Australian Kimberley region! Leaving our caravan at the caravan park just off the highway, and after 13 water crossings, which posed no problem for our 4WD, we enjoyed two nights camping in the Park. Cathedral Gorge at the southern...More
The air trip was fantastic (I did fixed wing from Kununurra). On arrival we were met by staff from Savannah Lodge and the group I connected with on that day were taken to Cathedral Gorge ( the home of the beehive domes) and we spent...More
If this is a 'once in a lifetime' opportunity for you, I recommend you make every effort to see this special place. If you don't have a 4WD you may need to source another means of transport. The road in is not for the faint...More