Purnululu National Park is a World Heritage Site in north Western Australia. The park is mainly comprised of the Bungle Bungles Range which is famous for sandstone domes with alternate orange and grey stripes. The area was discovered by a film crew in 1983 and a route was discovered by a local of the Kimberley using an aircraft and dropped bags of flour as markers. Later he was able to drive there by 4-wheel drive. Today, most people see the area from the air as you get an idea of the immense scale, but seeing them close up via a 4-wheel drive tour is definately worth the trip.
Author & photographer: David Johnson (Virtual Oceania)
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