Bungle Bungles, Western Australia
Photography by Basil Bilanenko
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Discovered by the film team in 1983, Bungle Bungles rise 300 meters above the grass-covered plain of Purnululu National Park in the far northwest of Western Australia. The park and the Bungle Bungle Ranges were declared a World Heritage site in July 2003. Within the park are hidden pools, gorges, pockets of fan palms and walking trails.
Bungles Bungles, one of Australia’s best kept-secrets are unique striped dome-shaped sandstone rock formations. These were formed hundreds of millions of years ago due to continuous heavy rain erosion.
Even though Bungle Bungles are in a remote area and often not accessible, its popularity is increasing as a sought-after attraction. To enjoy watching the Bungle Bungles, take one of the scenic flights from Kununurra. Visitors are recommended to go there by a four-wheel drive vehicle because of the long, rough and dusty track. Witness the vibrant gold and reds colors during sunsets.