Purnululu National Park is a breathtaking destination that's famous for its unique sandstone formations known as the Bungle Bungle Range. This incredible natural wonder draws visitors from all over the world, and it's not hard to see why.

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The Bungle Bungle Range is made up of towering sandstone domes that have been eroded over millions of years to form a stunning landscape of orange and black stripes. The park is also home to stunning gorges, waterfalls, and rock formations, as well as a diverse array of flora and fauna.

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Visitors to Purnululu National Park can explore the area on foot, taking in the stunning scenery and wildlife as they go. The park offers a variety of hiking trails, ranging from easy walks to more challenging treks that take you up close and personal with the Bungle Bungle Range. Some of the most popular hikes include:

  • The Domes Walk - an easy 1.5km loop that takes you around the base of the sandstone domes
  • Cathedral Gorge Walk - a moderate 3km return walk that takes you through a narrow gorge to a stunning amphitheatre
  • Echidna Chasm Walk - a challenging 2km return walk that takes you through a narrow chasm with walls reaching up to 200m high
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 69808 200m High Walls of Echidna Chasm

Purnululu National Park was officially declared a national park in 1987, but its discovery goes back much further. The area was known to the local Kija Aboriginal people for thousands of years before European settlement, but it wasn't until the 1980s that its unique geological formations and stunning natural beauty were brought to the attention of the wider world.

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